Waning Watson

BY JAMIE FOSTER With the hashtag #sacktomwatson flying around the web and Corbynites up in arms at his apparent treachery towards Jeremy Corbyn, under-pressure Tom Watson MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (for now), put out a speech over Twitter that shows the desperate nature of his Brexit position: Great video & speech today by @tom_watson pic.twitter.com/CAp9nbKRxC — Andrew Adonis (@Andrew_Adonis) June 17, 2019 … Continue reading Waning Watson

Watson’s Silence Gets Louder

BY JANET G Publicly, Tom Watson, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and MP for West Bromwich East, has been supportive of other MPs who have suffered from anti-Semitism within the party and on social media. He has openly discussed individual cases and he’s been vocal about asking for bans from the Labour Party for anti-Semitic perpetrators. So, why Watson’s apparent silence on the anti-Semitic … Continue reading Watson’s Silence Gets Louder

Cough Up, Pipsqueak

BY JOHN ISMAEL Imagine a career politician with little to zero experience of the real world outside of the Labour Party. Imagine that career politician having the gall to represent the weak against the strong. Imagine a constituency full of ethnic minorities and struggling families having this third-class career politician foisted upon them as their MP. Now imagine how they feel when that MP deludes … Continue reading Cough Up, Pipsqueak

Labour’s Pound Shop Machiavelli

BY JOHN ISMAEL Eight years ago, this week, Smeargate hit the headlines and Gordon Brown’s Labour Government became engulfed in crisis after a key aide resigned and the Tories threatened legal action over explosive leaked emails discussing how to smear senior Conservatives, including David Cameron’s wife, Samantha, with rumours about their private lives. Damian McBride, one of Brown’s closest advisers, quit over his exchange with … Continue reading Labour’s Pound Shop Machiavelli