Chris Williamson’s first ‘Week in Westminster‘ video of 2018 – and his first since his resignation from Labour’s front-bench team – examines PFI (Private Finance Initiative), the collapse of Carillion and their place in the bigger picture of unhealthy relationships among banks, elites and government.
The hard-hitting video exposes ways in which the UK’s people are ripped off by the Establishment, as well as showing that Williamson was not kidding when he told the SKWAWKBOX that he was doing so to free him to campaign more freely on key issues:
Already outspoken as a front-bencher, Williamson’s freedom to talk even more frankly will not be welcomed by those who want to maintain the status quo by keeping uncomfortable truths from the public.
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