It’s expensive being poor

You might have heard this statement being made rather more these last few years. The combination of the cruel DWP system, zero hour contract work, low hourly pay and the pandemic have all ensured that being poor is now more expensive now than it has been in recent times. Of course it has always been […]

It’s expensive being poor
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Coyle embarrasses himself as dig at Burnham backfires

Snark about transport costs comes back to bite Labour right-winger Neil Coyle is not exactly a stranger to seeing his attempts to attack the left backfire embarrassingly – and today was not the exception. When Andy Burnham commented on the high cost of poor public transport in the north and called for ‘London-level fares’ to…

Coyle embarrasses himself as dig at Burnham backfires
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Four Hour Telephone Assessment Slots Misery

With many thanks to Benefits And Work.   Homelessness charity Groundswell have contacted us to warn that the DWP appear to be introducing a four hour slot system for telephone assessments, instead of giving a fixed-time appointment for a call. Staff from the charity came across the practice in connection with a work capability assessment […]

Four Hour Telephone Assessment Slots Misery
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Breaking: Livingstone, Bromley win first stage of legal fight vs ‘arguably unlawful’ EHRC

Court approves legal challenge against EHRC report on ‘Labour antisemitism’ Former London mayor Ken Livingstone and former Labour councillor Pam Bromley have won the first stage in their battle to overturn the findings of the controversial and widely-criticised Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) report that singled them out in its findings on antisemitism in…

Breaking: Livingstone, Bromley win first stage of legal fight vs ‘arguably unlawful’ EHRC
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Labour appoints right-winger who quit to join Tinge as ‘Liverpool officer’

Starmer’s war on Liverpool continues Keir Starmer has declared war on the people and party members of Liverpool. After having an aide brief the media that he intended to ‘break legs’ in the city, Starmer went on to interfere in the candidate selection process for the Liverpool mayoral election, write for the rag known on…

Labour appoints right-winger who quit to join Tinge as ‘Liverpool officer’
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Priti ‘Vacant’ Patel Plans Nazi Defence for Officials Causing Deaths of Migrants

Okay, my last piece was against anti-White racism and how the media really doesn’t like covering race-hate crimes against Whites. Which means that supposed comedienne Sophie Druker is able to get away with a stupid joke about Blacks wanting to kill Whites on a show last year hosted by Frankie Boyle, and has even won […]

Priti ‘Vacant’ Patel Plans Nazi Defence for Officials Causing Deaths of Migrants
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Pre COP 26, a decarbonising government needs car drivers to switch to a well-staffed rail system

Will there be serious damage to industrial relations? A voluntary severance scheme has been launched in the rail industry under post-pandemic reforms which unions warn will lead to huge job losses. Train operators employ about 65,000 workers, but no figure has been put on the number expected to leave, or how much money will be […]

Pre COP 26, a decarbonising government needs car drivers to switch to a well-staffed rail system
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Nero fiddled while his home burned; Johnson daubed

Here’s a good question: Picasso back from his hideaway yet? 🙄 — Fr Ian Maher SCP🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇺💙🐝#RejoinEU (@IanMaher7) October 13, 2021 At the time of writing, to This Writer’s knowledge, he wasn’t. If you’re wondering what we’re on about, what with the great Spanish artist having died in 1973, then perhaps the following few tweets will…

Nero fiddled while his home burned; Johnson daubed
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Is Sajid Javid Now Preparing to Introduce Private Health Insurance

I’ve just attended an online meeting on Zoom of my local Labour party in south Bristol. There was an excellent report by our local MP. Karin Smythe, who mostly laid down the issues involved in the government’s new health and social care bill, and Labour’s opposition to it. The opposition largely consists of removing the […]

Is Sajid Javid Now Preparing to Introduce Private Health Insurance
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Brexit: Northern Ireland protocol has made UK untrustworthy to other nations

Look how the Brexiteer right-wingers close ranks when their Holy Grail comes under criticism: Dan Hodges, who claims to be a columnist for a national newspaper, reckons that Remainers are terrified that the UK’s Tory government and the European Union could come to an agreement over the now-thoroughly-unworkable Northern Ireland Protocol. Jonathan Lis tells it…

Brexit: Northern Ireland protocol has made UK untrustworthy to other nations
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