Labour Party

17 Jun 19
TV Aerials Sunderland

Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has said he believes his party would be “leaving me” if it cannot fully endorse a second referendum, hours after a speech where he said it should be the party of remain. from Pocket https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/17/tom-watson-on-brexit-i-sometimes-wonder-if-labour-is-leaving-me via TV/a>

17 Jun 19
Southborough News

At a packed special meeting of the  Borough Council on Monday night it was agreed to stop all new spending on the planned Tunbridge Wells council offices and theatre. There has been widespread public concern that the new civic centre would have led to the council into a heavy burden of debt. Estimated borrowing would […]

17 Jun 19
THG.

By Alan Jambulatov Corruption, deeply rooted in our human nature, draws all our fleeting strength to suppress. Corruption entails an insatiable want to put ourselves above others, to make others lose for our gain. Corruption allows us to loosen our morals, to hurt people, to disregard the pain of others, and worst of all, to […]

17 Jun 19
Rod's Ramblings

A look at the short-story and some of its best exponents across the literary landscape I recall an English teacher once asking the class to write a short-story on any subject they chose. His only instruction was, ‘Keep it short, keep it simple!’ And that is really the art of the short-story. It goes without […]

17 Jun 19
ONAFHANKLIK

Gaan daar nog meer as ooit gemanipuleer word in die komitee stelsel van Parlement en gaan alles nog verder uitmekaar val – veral na die waaghalsige pogings van Magashule en sy ander stalperde?   Natuurlik gaan niks skielik verander nie, Ramaphosa sal aangaan waar Zuma opgehou het.   Zuma en sy handlangers, wou net laat weet het […]

17 Jun 19
Russia News Now

The Trump administration says that Iran attacked two ships in the Gulf of Oman. But Japanese government officials have expressed skepticism. Japan Today reports: “The U.S. explanation has not helped us go beyond speculation,” said one senior government official. *** A source close to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said, “These [alleged pieces of evidence provided […]

17 Jun 19
Russia News Now

The administration of US President Donald Trump is using the attacks on two oil tankers in the Sea of Oman last week to trigger a conflict in the region, an American analyst says. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and “other officials are continuing their accusations against Tehran for the attacks on these tankers, saying […]

17 Jun 19
Feminism In India

Reservations for women from Other Backward Classes (OBCs) has not been incorporated within the Bill, despite receiving recommendations from the Report examining the 1996 Women’s Reservation Bill.

17 Jun 19
Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

Most of my readers probably had the same reaction to Aaron Bastani’s NY Times op-ed piece last week titled “The World Is a Mess. We Need Fully Automated Luxury Communism” that I had. Like the countless articles in the bourgeois press hyping the DSA and Jacobin, this was just another attempt to defend a toothless […]

17 Jun 19
Digest Nigeria

An Ikeja Election Petitions Tribunal has dismissed a petition filed by the Alliance for Democracy and the Labour Party, challenging the victory of Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu.   The Chairman of the tribunal, Justice T. T. Asua, in a ruling, dismissed the petitions, due to the inability of the petitioners to file applications for pre-hearing conference […]

17 Jun 19
CANZUK

Bob Seeley, British Member of Parliament for the Isle of Wight who has previously launched the CANZUK All Party Parliamentary Group writes “Proposals for CANZUK”: These include: Free trade and movement Integrated diplomacy Military cooperation and procurement Joint Indo-Pacific Fleet Defence Pact The reader is urged to read the article which goes on to explains […]