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Understanding the viciousness of the anti-Corbyn tendency: shades of the Paris Commune

Jeremy Corbyn, the BBC and the democratic process Why has Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader of the Labour Party with a massive 59.5 per cent provoked more fury among the centre-left than the predations of the right which still overwhelm … Continue reading

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Cat conversation on Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour leadership contest

“Waddya think of this leadership contest?” “It don’t half exposes the contradictions in the bourgeois democracy.” “Ya reckon?” “Just a bit!” “They really don’t want the one with the beard to win, do they?” “The one with the eyelashes fancies … Continue reading

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Poem for Jeremy Corbyn: Labour Pains

No slouching towards Westminster by JC.  Here’s my poem about the current welcome rush to the heart and head. I guess that makes me a Poet for Jeremy Corbyn. LABOUR PAINS We snapped on a light and in the glare … Continue reading

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