Comments Around The Web – UktraLightBeam In The Guardian Yet as the government of Theresa May and its cheerleaders in the billionaire-owned press continue their illogical, ignorant and deluded promises and accusations over Brexit, it is time for Europeans to reconsider this idea of the British – or, to be more accurate, of the English.
The following comment by bifess was in reply to the comment in italics below by GuyFawkesForPM. It refers to an article in the Guardian. Read the full article here. Watching them file in to vote for A50 with the Tories, as the official opposition, I vowed never to vote Labour again as long as I live.
So another day and another revelation that a billionaire has been putting money up to a political movement in order to ensure he got what he wanted. What price democracy? The simple answer is it’s how much a few members of the human race decide to put up to support their view of how the
We have reprinted this directly from the web. I, Daniel Blake was a work of fiction based on true facts. This is not a work of fiction but the true circumstances that many of the people suffer in this country today. A very sad but becoming common story. Please respect the author’s wishes given at the end
Back in 2010 the Conservatives under David Cameron’s leadership said “We will increase spending on health in real terms every year,”. This is what the Conservatives promised in their 2010 general election manifesto. Probably more than any other pledge, it defined David Cameron’s attempt to win back enough trust for the “nasty party” to return
Here’s an interesting example of how the press constantly give out half-truths and misleading information. This from a comment in the Indy. It is interesting that Benedict Cumberbatch and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle share John O’Gaunt as a common ancestor, but perhaps not such a coincidence when the statistics are considered. Each of us has
From The Indy Without detracting from the achievements of those attracting honours in the New Year’s List, I have become increasingly sceptical about the message given to the nation, particularly its young members, by the media coverage. As usual, the selection making the headlines included those from entertainment and, in the year of the Olympics,
Fears that Labour could slump to fewer than 150 seats at the next election are a “very serious warning” for the party, one shadow minister has said, after a Fabian Society report said it could get less than 20% of the vote. But it seems that is of no great concern to many in the