Blog Posts - Miliband



Why Jeremy Corbyn is not the Labour party's real problem

Daily Mirror urges the Labour leader to go, but its plea overlooks the deep divisions within the party in the country and at WestminsterThe British parliament now has two Tory parties and two Labour parties. But the Conservatives will find it far eas...
by Jurnal Hidup | Journal of Life on Jun 28, 2016

Corbyn, l’uomo che vuole cancellare Blair

Mentre è tristemente tramontata la stella di Tsipras e quella di Iglesias rischia seriamente di offuscarsi, sta sorgendo all’orizzonte un  nuovo personaggio destinato a radicalizzare il linguaggio politico a sinistra. Si tratta di Jeremy...
by Il Simplicissimus on Aug 21, 2015

The political caricatures of old have taken human form, but they’re still nothing like us

by Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on May 8, 2015

The UK Election Couldn’t Be Weirder

At the end of December, we posted an article covering some of the Weirdest Political Happenings Of 2014, and there was some pretty strange stuff: Palin family turmoil, the infamous Seth Rogen and James... The post The UK Election Couldn&#...
by Foolocracy on May 8, 2015

Ed’s message to Labour Party members

Dear …., This is not the email I wanted to be writing to you today. I am profoundly sorry for the defeat we suffered, and more grateful than I can express for the support that you have shown me, and our party, throughout this campaign. I take f...
by Socialist Unity on May 8, 2015

Miliband: There will be no deal with the SNP

Following last night’s statement from Miliband stating that he would not have a labour government if it means doing deals with the SNP, people seems super confused about what that means.  Some people even seem to think that we live in a democr...

The Politics of who met who

The papers are in uproar, because Miliband has openly met with Brand. This is apparently evidence that Miliband is unfit to be our next Prime Minister. What we don’t know is how many wealthy donors, trade unionists, industrialists or newspape...
by IanChisnall on Apr 29, 2015

General election 2015: "It pumps me up!!!" not a lot

"IT PUMPS ME UP!!!" I KNEW David Cameron would try the Obama "anger translator" trick and screw it up. His speech today launching his small business manifesto (sic!) in London was made even more hideously embarrassing by not actually hiring in t...
by Madam Miaow Says on Apr 27, 2015

A need for some rights

Its much easier to find fault than it is to find solutions – sadly if as it is reported, Ed Miliband will criticising the Prime Minister for mistakes made following the Libyan intervention in the context of the current Mediterranean migrant &#...
by IanChisnall on Apr 24, 2015

Shopping, history in York

York is a history buff’s Mecca, as it’s jam-packed with historical buildings, artifacts, and museums. Even if history isn’t your strong point, it’s fascinating to have a walk through the streets and imagine the centuries long past. The post S...
by eTravelTrips on Apr 20, 2015

Austerity v humanity and the rise and rise of Nicola Sturgeon

The story of the lead-up to the 2015 general election is the story of Nicola Sturgeon’s emergence as the voice of progressive politics not only for people in Scotland but all over Britain, battered by five years of a Tory-led coalition governme...
by Socialist Unity on Apr 17, 2015

Labour Manifesto - Working Hard for The Kingdom of Ed

I wonder if its ever struck politicians that if 'hard working families' are as hard working as they're cracked up to be, most won't have the time or the energy to read an 86 page manifesto, even if a lot of it is pictures. They/we are too busy workin...
by Opinionated Vicar on Apr 14, 2015

Man puts Ed Miliband’s face on family photos to see if his mum would notice

Feeling disliked and marginally irritated by his mom, Jonno Turner vandalized his family photographs with Ed Miliband's face. The outcomes are silly, if not frightening on an amazing scale. 'I'd love to say it was a manifestation of creativ...

Couldn’t organise a debate in a TV studio

David Cameron and Ed Miliband have both claimed that our next Prime Minister will be chosen from a short list of 2 and theirs are the only names on this list. For months these two men and several other party … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Mar 22, 2015

No idea?

The election campaign is providing all sorts of evidence of how ill suited our major political parties are to running our Government on our behalf. Yesterday the Labour Party showed its willingness to bow to the pressure from the Conservative …...
by IanChisnall on Mar 17, 2015

Its the Environment stupid

In a recent joint statement signed on Valentines Day, David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg confirmed that they recognise that climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world. The three men said that climate change threatens...
by IanChisnall on Mar 5, 2015

We are entitled to decide

The unedifying response by a man who is supposed to be running the Government, to a challenge on second jobs is yet more evidence that he sees his role to defend his colleagues and their lifestyles, and frankly is not concerned … Continue read...
by IanChisnall on Feb 26, 2015

Its time to settle up

With less than 100 days till the General Election and our only two main parties promising us austerity measures that will drain any colour left in the cheeks of our public services for the whole of the next Parliament, whilst at the same time ...
by IanChisnall on Feb 1, 2015

Two interviews, neither appointable!

Interviewing people for a job is always a challenging process and often the success of the interview depends on the context and the interviewer as well as the qualities and temperament of the candidates. In the application to be Prime … Continu...
by IanChisnall on Jan 11, 2015

Lets focus on the solutions

The sight of the Hoegh Osaka in the Solent whilst all sorts of agencies are working behind the scenes or even in the foreground with little fuss is inspiring, despite the disaster which put the ship there in the first place. The … Continue re...
by IanChisnall on Jan 4, 2015


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