Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Three Big Problems with Project JC

I hesitate to enter these waters.  If there’s one thing we don’t need it’s more pontificating about the state of the Labour Party, its leader and the left.  As someone once said ‘the point is to change it’.  But like … Continue reading

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Leaving of Liverpool (thoughts on the Labour Party conference etc.)

I’m not long back from Liverpool where the ‘Axe the Housing Act’ (AtHA) campaign tried to make an impact at Labour Party conference and the parallel ‘World Transformed’ event organised, I think, by Momentum.  Obviously the main focus of attention … Continue reading

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Bernie’s Last Stand?

Last Thursday, in a car-park in south-east Washington DC, Bernie Sanders spoke at what was probably his last rally in a campaign that has shaken the US political status quo.  That at least ten million people have voted for him … Continue reading

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The Housing Paradox and the Democratic Deficit

I think this post is what’s known as a ‘think piece’  I’m not sure what that means, but it comes in the days after the Housing and Planning Bill ‘passed through’ parliament, like a stomach bug that has messy and … Continue reading

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Meeting Bernie Sanders

There are several reasons why I’d like to see Bernie Sanders elected US President.  The very thought of a socialist in the White House is the stuff of fantasies, about as unlikely as Jeremy Corbyn becoming leader of the Labour … Continue reading

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Housing After Corbyn

(As I begin this post I’m conscious that a number of people have tuned-in to my blog in the last few days.  I’m very flattered and hope you and others will find it worthwhile.  Please feel free to comment – … Continue reading

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Jezzmania!

Seeing as every other has-been or (as in my case) never-was politician has had their two penneth about the Corbyn phenomenon, I’m going to have mine.  I’m not a great one for political theory, so anyone who hopes I’m going … Continue reading

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