Bake Off judge quits Tories over food standards. She was fine with all the other horrific policies

The media – in this case, the Mail – want to draw your attention to the fact that Bake Off judge Prue Leith has ended her membership of the Conservatives over a policy that her Tory MP son supports. Isn’t it more revealing that she was only upset by the policy that directly affected her? The Tories…

Bake Off judge quits Tories over food standards. She was fine with all the other horrific policies
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I’m still here. My continued battle with Long Covid and good memories.

Dear readers an extra blog post from me, I hope that you don’t mind. I’ve been a tad quiet recently because my recovery has been set right back. My daughter unknowingly brought home a nasty virus with her when she returned home from school about two weeks ago. What would normally would have been a […]

I’m still here. My continued battle with Long Covid and good memories.
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No u-turn on free school meals, says Brandon Lewis – kids will have to survive on charity

If you think we’ve reached peak Tory cruelty, allow me to point out at the outset that we haven’t. It may seem that way, with Boris Johnson and his government passing cash hand-over-fist to their Tory chums while ordering that children stricken with a poverty that they have created must starve, but believe me –…

No u-turn on free school meals, says Brandon Lewis – kids will have to survive on charity
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Watch “Why Coronavirus Will Win Trump The Election, w Stephen Fry.” on YouTube

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Transparency Rules in Online Political Advertising: Mapping Law and Policy Across the Globe – Carolina Menezes-Cwajg, Paddy Leerssen, Jef Ausloos

Online political advertising has seen an unprecedented amount of attention in the run up to recent elections as online campaigning, often via social media, becomes an increasingly significant part of political parties’ strategies. Concerns over how precisely ads are targeted at specific categories of voters are now common around the world, and various governments have…

Transparency Rules in Online Political Advertising: Mapping Law and Policy Across the Globe – Carolina Menezes-Cwajg, Paddy Leerssen, Jef Ausloos
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Tory MP Ben Bradley has a double ‘mare’ as he tries to take on Rashford and denies saying free school meals are like money to brothels and crack dens

Bradley’s evening rivalled his ‘please retweet’ apology to Jeremy Corbyn Ben Bradley had a bad day on Friday as he tried to justify his and his party’s vote to keep poor children hungry during school holidays in the middle of the coronavirus crisis and the resulting even greater hardship for poor families. On Thursday evening,…

Tory MP Ben Bradley has a double ‘mare’ as he tries to take on Rashford and denies saying free school meals are like money to brothels and crack dens
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US 2020 Economic Collapse a Bonanza for Billionaires – Global Research

US 2020 Economic Collapse a Bonanza for Billionaires

US 2020 Economic Collapse a Bonanza for Billionaires – Global Research
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Protecting corruption is Tory party’s ideological priority

Elections in democratic countries present a meek choice for voters between two parties, one of which offers more public spending and the other offers lower taxes.  Traditionally, conservative parties support lower taxation and lower public spending.  More accurately, they offer reductions in public services and claim lower taxes will be a happy consequence of the […]

Protecting corruption is Tory party’s ideological priority
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Watch “George Monbiot Exposes Coronavirus Corruption at the Heart of Government” on YouTube

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Conservatives who rejected free school meal plan have done the impossible: they made Nigel Farage look reasonable

No square meals: vulnerable children will be forced to go hungry during the school holidays because the stingy Tory government wants them to starve. Conservatives in Parliament have rejected a plea by footballer – and anti-poverty campaigner – Marcus Rashford for the government to fund meals for poor children during school holidays. Despite some unease […]

Conservatives who rejected free school meal plan have done the impossible: they made Nigel Farage look reasonable
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