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Whatever Happened To Personal Responsibility


Today, leaders frequently identify a fault as being somewhere else, like at the Home Office, and then apologise. A resignation will not follow because leaders, e.g. politicians, don’t take responsibility for their incompetence. But leadership without accountability is poor practice, and we have to change that.

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Unelected Conservatives Distort Our Democracy


It’s funny old times in that unelected conservatives are running our democracy and are undermining our democracy. And on an undemocratic but Royal note, I’m puzzled by Royal hospitality.

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Disenfranchising The Black & Vulnerable Vote


Black women earned my right to vote in beatings and blood. Now the Tories are erecting barriers that likely stop the Black vote. It will also prevent other vulnerable groups voting. The Tories, on the sly behind the furore of Brexit, are introducing photographic voter ID.

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Too Many Big Buts In Politics


There are too many dissemblers (Two-faced people) leading British politics.  I appreciate that politics must involve compromise but not bare faced hypocrisy.  Andrea Leadsom said that she did not want to make Theresa May’s childlessness an issue.  She said ‘That would be really horrible, but genuinely I feel that being a mum means…’  There’s that big…

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The 2015 Election That Everybody Lost


“A man without a vote is a man without protection.” Lyndon B Johnson   Much will be made of the 2015 General Election but the six week lead in campaigns were lacklustre and just 66% of the electorate voted. We certainly lost some big political hitters like Vince Cable, Ed Balls, Simon Hughes and Nick Clegg….

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Racism, Hate, Nationalism…Reflections of Nazi Germany


We’re all strands on the web of life. And whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. Racism under the guise of immigration has been blamed for all the ills in Britain by the main political parties. From the use of food banks to the cost of the welfare state. The Labour Party…

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Vote On May 7 2015


  The one thing that makes each person equally powerful is the right to vote. That is why you should. Make sure you register by 20 April. Register here. The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down injustice and destroying the terrible walls which imprison men because they are…

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