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Calls for Conservative member to be suspended over ‘racist’ Sadiq Khan tweet

After Sadiq Khan's overwhelming victory in the race to become Mayor of London, it appears that a portion of the Conservative Party are still intent on continuing the racist, dog-whistle politics put forward by...

George Osborne ‘personally benefited’ from £6m property sale to tax-dodging company

Chancellor George Osborne, who owns a 15% stake in his family's business Osborne & Little Group Ltd, 'personally benefited' from the sale of £6m worth of property to a company based in the British...
George Osborne's Mates in RBS are Laughing All The Way To The Bank.

George Osborne to sell RBS shares at £22b loss to taxpayer, after promising he’d...

Not only did George Osborne conjure up a cocktail of treats for the rich on Wednesday, an official forecast published alongside the Budget revealed something utterly astounding that the Chancellor tried his best to...

A week is a long time in politics. And no, Iain Duncan Smith has...

In just one week, the Tories have gone from a Party of the conspicuously discontented, to a Party suffering a catastrophic public meltdown. The resignation of Iain Duncan Smith from his role as the...

Corbyn is gaining ground & public mood is shifting. Labour need to go on...

Earlier in the week, ICM released what they described as a potentially ‘rogue’ poll which put Labour and the Conservatives neck and neck for the first time since Jeremy Corbyn became leader. While the mainstream...

Another budget for the rich, paid for by the poor. What has Tory-Britain become?

He did it. He went there. After announcing that some rich people had actually paid some tax, George Osborne quoted his leader's mantra that ''We're all in this together'' and added his own, new...
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John McDonnell owns Gideon Osborne – J-Mac’s Thug Life

  Watch as the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell quotes from Mao’s little red book in the House of Commons.
John McDonell Red Book Mao

McDonnell’s “flamboyant” Mao joke was actually a clever move

It is far better to be alone, than to be in bad company. When is a joke not a joke? This isn’t the start of a bad joke by the way, but a serious question…...
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