Category: Socialism

Mar 14

Abortion Bill passes as Tory MPs stand by

Maria Caulfield opposed abortion on-demand

A Parliamentary Abortion Bill to repeal laws against the practice was given a First Reading in the House of Commons yesterday (13th March 2017). The Ten Minute Rule Bill abolishes Sections 58 and 59 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.  See how that matters here.  (All our links open automatically in a new …

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Jan 21

Who’s on the UK women’s march?

Who is behind the anti-Trump women’s march going on in London today? The placards in the picture from the BBC’s report give the game away. Two groups have organised the affair. Firstly, the ‘No to Racism’ placards are from ‘Stand up to Racism’.  That is a Socialist Workers’ Party offshoot. It was formed when the …

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Dec 14

Yes, Aleppo is being liberated

A row has broken out on the left following a headline yesterday in the Morning Star (in red opposite) saying ‘Final liberation of Aleppo is within sight’. According to the liberal-leaning Huffington Post, a host of Labour MPs queued up to condemn the communist paper for its headline. Many were from the disgruntled Blairite wing, like John …

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Dec 12

Gender Neutral Pronouns at Oxford

A Student body is urging the use of ‘gender neutral pronouns’ at Oxford University, reports the Oxford Mail. The National Union of Students is apparently behind the move, which will see ‘he’ and ‘she’ replaced with the silly gender-neutral ‘ze’. But the ‘ze’ pronoun will only be used if the person requests it.  It is …

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Aug 05

Who’s best for Labour?

Christian Voice has put together a video considering the voting records of the contenders for the Labour Party leadership. We hope this will help Christians in the Labour Party as they pray for the outcome and vote for the candidates. Jeremy Corbyn has been in the House of Commons the longest, since 1983.  Yvette Cooper entered …

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Feb 19

Remembering Clement Attlee: a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

On this day in 1942 , Clement Attlee became Deputy Prime Minister. However, 19th February 1942 was just the beginning for this ambitious politician. After being the first person to ever hold the office of Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mr Attlee went on to become the first Labour Prime Minister ever to …

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