SKWAWKBOX having an impact. Please support us

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The SKWAWKBOX continues to have a substantial impact on both the wider political narrative and the affairs of the Labour Party. In the two weeks alone, this blog has:

  • exclusively published both of Labour MP Kelvin Hopkins’ statements concerning harassment allegations against him
  • revealed that funds Priti Patel wanted to send to a military hospital would probably have gone to treat ISIS and Al-Qaeda fighters – a military hospital that she visited
  • exposed concerns about the mysterious and unaccountable ‘Labour Too’
  • forced Labour First to rush out adjusted campaign emails for vital additional NEC (National Executive Committee) places
  • exposed anomalies in Haringey council candidate selection, resulting in the decision of Tottenham CLP to refer itself to the NEC for investigation
  • caused an anti-democratic CLP AGM to be postponed, allowing disenfranchised members to select and send their delegates
  • brought readers an exclusive interview with Labour’s Clive Lewis after ‘not credible’ groping allegations
  • persuaded Labour’s NEC to investigate the conduct of Labour Party Irish Society’s AGM
  • revealed that a hardline anti-Corbyn MP’s local party turned against him to support pro-Corbyn NEC candidates – in spite of his attempt to argue members into re-running the vote

and much more, as well as being attacked by the right-wing press – even as they greedily use the SKWAWKBOX’s exclusives for their own news.

Little or none of this information would have been available, nor these results have been possible, if left to the Establishment media.

The SKWAWKBOX, by design, runs on the support of its readers – no advertising, no sponsorship, just an expression of the collective appetite for good information and a better society.

If you can afford to support it without hardship for yourself, please do:

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9 responses to “SKWAWKBOX having an impact. Please support us

  1. There is no bank in my village but next time I go into town, I will increase my paltry monthly payment. I have a PayPal account but don’t like using it.

    You deserve much more.

    Thank you so much for exposing wrong-doing. You are fantastic.

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    • Paypal is why I haven’t signed up to a monthly amount. Another blog I support had funds withheld by paypal at one point so I donate monthly as one off payments to any I support that use paypal. Trust is easy to lose and hard to regain, especially where my donations are concerned.

      I would welcome another payment mechanism. Skwawkbox is doing great work especially in highlighting the goings on within Labour party structures which are largely a mystery to me.

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  2. Isis were allowed to leave en masse they have no split up and are travelling to set up cells in many countries may will return here many to be greeted as heroes for defending Islam.
    May set this up she must be held accountable for her very worst omnishambles

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  3. I’ll do what I can, when I can, chief. 🙂

    Just renewed my Private Eye subscription week before last; to be honest even they’re becoming a bit ‘taken in’.

    At least we know what were gettin’ with @Skwawkbox.

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  4. Please set up anther means we can easily pay into and I will subscribe, I also don’t like PAYPAL.

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