Tag Archives: Margaret Beckett

How about indicative votes on the red lines?


In the light of last nights Parliamentary votes on which all but two of the indicative votes were dismissed with significant numbers, the reality is that there is now a good indication that the two that were nearly endorsed are … Continue reading

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A source of disillusionment


According to David Blunkett, the Labour Party and wider public will soon experience intense disillusionment following the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Party leader. Blunkett referred to several sources of this on Marr this morning, but one of the greatest … Continue reading

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How Sussex votes were wasted


I recently joined a small but energetic group of people from Brighton & Hove and Lewes to discuss how people who were broadly speaking aligned with left wing thinking, but not narrowly focused on any one party could work together. … Continue reading

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