Monthly Archives: December 2017

Two-Tier Policing Fiasco 19 Squad Cars Protect 1 Baronet!

Overstretched police? 19 police cars sent to protect Baronet Sir Philip Naylor-Leyland from fox hunting protesters If you live in Cambridgeshire and found the police too busy to attend your call on the 23rd of December – it’s probably because … Continue reading

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DWP officials pocket £44 million in performance bonuses despite universal credit debacle

Figures also show DWP ministers spent £35million defending cruel decisions to deny sick and disabled people vital benefits. Civil servants working for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have been handed over £40 million in performance-related bonuses, despite serious … Continue reading

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Labour Party Website Banned From Internet Search [updated]

A couple of days ago I was intrigued to see a piece on Skwawkbox about possible blocking of Labour Party pages from internet search engines due to the inclusion of the noindex and nofollow meta tags which effectively blocks search … Continue reading

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Corbyn-award saga shows how new left media change narrative – and scare Establishment

The SKWAWKBOX Comment Last Friday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn received an award – jointly with world-famous author and activist Noam Chomsky – from the International Peace Bureau (IPB) for his “sustained and powerful political work for disarmament and peace”. It … Continue reading

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Emergency appeal: malicious attack on pro-JC campaigner

via Emergency appeal: malicious attack on pro-JC campaigner Pro-Corbyn blogger @Rachael_Swindon is one of the most tireless campaigners for Labour, Corbyn and a fairer society that you’ll ever find. As well as blogging and creating some of the strongest memes … Continue reading

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