Incisive, evidence based reasoning was never Guardian writer Anne Perkins’ strong suit. Does anyone recall her argument when, with colleagues talking up all and any challenge to Jeremy Corbyn, the talentless Angela Eagle – parachuted into Wallasey by right wing … Read More »
Should humanity pull back from – take your pick – environmental disaster, nuclear annihilation or both of these logical consequences of capitalism’s relentless addiction to ‘growth’, how will future schoolchildren, in their history classes, judge the injection by private interests … Read More »
JeremyCorbyn, just over a week ago at Prime Minister’s question time: Jeremy Corbyn | Prime Minister's Questions Theresa May is pouring petrol on the burning injustices in our society.Today at Prime Minister's Questions… Posted by Jeremy Corbyn on Wednesday, 12 … Read More »
this post also features on offguardian Back in April 2016, at the time of the suspension from the British Labour Party of Naz Shah and Ken Livingstone, I wrote: Thinking people can go into a tailspin of despair when confronted … Read More »
I’m not really a fan of Galloway – far less of Donald Trump – but yesterday George expressed my sentiments with ninety percent accuracy. But a facebook exchange today adds a little nuance to the picture. Here’s a snippet: In … Read More »
Today Kaye has alerted me to this, on the UCU website. The screengrabbed image links to the page in question. My thanks to those who have supported me in this long struggle.
On March 23 this year, Employment Appeal Judge Mary Stacey overturned two previous Employment Tribunal rulings that my claim against Sheffield Hallam University of less favourable treatment as a part time employee could not be heard. In what looks set … Read More »
I don’t write much on the Labour Party or antisemitism and when I do it tends to be prompted by their having merged, zionist apologetics finding synergy with Doing For Jezza. Even then it’s usually been because that synergy folded … Read More »