Archive for August, 2015

This Tory government is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths, doesn’t that bother you?!

Monday, August 31st, 2015

Source: This Tory government is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths, doesn’t that bother you?!

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Leadership Election Funding

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

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Speaks for Itself. 

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

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Tory MPs Who Blocked Bill Banning ‘Revenge Evictions’ Are Private Landlords.

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

the web link:-

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/tory-mps-who-blocked-bill-banning-revenge-evictions-are-private-landlords-

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Philip Davies(left) Christopher Chope  2 of the total of 1 in 4 MPS who are landlords.. Here Davies  the MP for Shipley tries to fillybuster out the bill and is taken to task by Dawn Primarolo the  Deputy Speaker and former MP for Bristol South.

Vicious handiwork of the #DWP

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

More of #Tory #IDS vicious handiwork at the #DWP

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/brutality-bedroom-tax-exposed-disgrRob-being-washed-in-a-paddling-pool-in-the-living-roomaceful-6302099

THE DEATH OF NEO-LIBERALISM. 

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

In the words of Gerard Dumenil, a Director of Research at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris, it reflected a “structural crisis,” such as those affecting the course of capitalism about every forty years, namely the late 19th century, the Great Depression, and the 1970. Above all else, it reflects a crisis in the prevailing neo-liberal paradigm, which has dominated policy-making for the past 40 years. According to Dumenil, neoliberalism is a social order, a new form of capitalism, that can be explained by recognising that there are now three classes or “social orders” in contemporary capitalism: the capitalists; the “popular class” made up of wage workers and lower-level salaried employees; and in between there is what Dumenil describes as the “managerial class”. The social order changes when the managerial class sides with one or other of the other two. Thus in the 1930s and in the post war period, the managerial class sided with the popular class against the capitalist class and we had the welfare state etc. In the neoliberal era, the managerial class has sided with the capitalist financial class and the popular class has been on the back foot. With the crisis of neoliberalism, we could look to a new realignment of this ‘social order’, with the managers swinging back again toward the popular class as their position continues to be eroded and their standards of living threatened.
Reference:

http://ineteconomics.org/ideas-papers/interviews-talks/the-death-of-neo-liberalism

How Not to Use Twitter!

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

 ITC Key Skills Level 1       …      #fail 

Gets my prize for Miss Slimeball of the year And I am not. Liz Kendall fan .. …. Mensch  was poor as an MP /  vapid sound-bite mouth for Cameron / bad as a journalist and now fast becoming a pretty poor specimen of humanity. ….. Oh! I forgot a failed business woman as well. All in all you might say she’s a bit of female Grant Schapps aka Michael Green 

 

From the Guardian journalist ….. 

 

Economist Backers for Corbyn

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

Daniel Boffey Policy editor :The Guardian. 

Saturday 22 August 2015 21.00 BST

“More than 40 leading economists, including a former adviser to the Bank of England, have made public their support for Jeremy Corbyn’s policies, dismissing claims that they are extreme, in a major boost to the leftwinger’s campaign to be leader.”

Former adviser to Bank of England among signatories to letter dismissing criticism of economic plans, saying they are ‘not extreme’
Article link :  

 http://www.readability.com/m?url=http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/aug/22/jeremy-corbyn-economists-backing-anti-austerity-policies-corbynomics?CMP=share_btn_tw

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