As 2020 is just around the corner it feels appropriate to look back over the last decade and not just 2019. Perhaps because 2019 seems to have so politically exhausting … Continue reading Time for a Fresh Political Start in 2020? What will 2030 look like?
So today Jeremy Corbyn lost a vote of no confidence in his leadership but vowed to fight on…. After the drama of the resignation from his Shadow Cabinet over the … Continue reading No Confidence in Jeremy
As you may have gathered from my twitter and Facebook I have fortunately been slightly pre occupied over the last week with the Parliamentary Rugby World Cup. Ironically the event … Continue reading A Week IS a Long Time in Politics
It has been a roller coaster of a ride for Jeremy Corbyn since his election on Saturday and PMQs was the first time to see him in action in the … Continue reading New Style PMQs
12.37 – I have been gripped by my twitter timeline, the news, facebook. The fact is that much of the commentariat now believe Labour is now unelectable as does my … Continue reading Live Blog Updates on Labour Leadership
I know Westminster is often described as a political bubble and therefore anything that is said inside is somehow not worth the same as a ‘real discussion’ on the doorstep! … Continue reading Quick Dip Back Inside the Bubble
The ballot papers for the Labour leadership election have started to go out and I am looking forward to receieving mine and posting my first preference for Andy Burnham, and … Continue reading Labour Leadership Ballot Papers Out – it is now VERY real
Over the years campiagning on the doorstep I was always struck how many people were genuinely floating voters and ‘undecideds’. As we saw in the 2015 General Election people were … Continue reading I’m One of those Annoying Floating Voters