Monthly Archives: July 2015

New Labour Is Right-Wing, but Corbyn Could Change That

Did Ed Miliband lead “a traditional left-wing party” into the 2015 elections? Or is the difference between New Labour and the Conservatives “more about what the parties choose to talk about rather than any great differences in policy”?[1] If we … Continue reading

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The Diversion Tactics of #Budget2015

1) Housing Chaos As a result of George Osborne’s Summer Budget this year, says Paul Waugh at The Huffington Post, “at least 14,000 fewer affordable homes will be built” in the UK. This statistic, from the Office for Budget Responsibility … Continue reading

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Trump Attacks Society’s Most Vulnerable

Donald Trump may not be a serious candidate for the US presidency, but he does represent an ignorant, hateful, and paranoid viewpoint on migration that is unfortunately defended all too often in some right-wing circles. One point in particular that … Continue reading

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