On 15th June, 1215, in a meadow at Runnymede, King John made the binding agreement of the Magna Carta. It’s 800 years since this historic event, where forty barons demanded their rights. What Magna Carta represents is freedoms. The demand to be heard, human rights and democracy. That’s why this […]
Big Society was a concept thought up somewhere in an office, somewhere. It was thought to be an answer to what was perceived...
Charles Dickens would have dropped everything to have been here today to defend Libraries.Just as he dropped everything...
It started as a conversation between two friends fuelled by a week of unfair bullying from the Tory press on Labour...
“There is no chance, no destiny, no fate, that can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul.” Labour wasn’t re-elected back into Govt in 2010. There had been a severe recession caused by the global financial crisis. The British people wanted a change. Yet […]Read more ›
When I read the report in the press that Britain would no longer support any future search and rescue operations to prevent migrants & refugees from drowning in the Mediterranean. I was horrified. This aid has been cut because it was thought that it created a “pull factor”. My instant […]Read more ›
Closing the Gender Gap: What Labour Will Do and What the Tories Won’t by @bevclack Today we had further evidence – if evidence were needed – of the lack of interest David Cameron’s government has in addressing issues of inequality. This time it came in the shape of […]Read more ›
Socialism is a word that is rarely uttered in the world of politics. That’s why I’m going to mention what Socialism means to me and hopefully others. Being a socialist is about having a balanced society. Where people are first ; community is important. Where we work together for the […]Read more ›
Sometimes, just sometimes we need to go to the past to find the answers for the future. The mid 1940′s were an inspirational time. Yes, despite having suffered from a World War ; a time of despair, in a time of massive govt debt. Arose from the ashes like a […]Read more ›