SKWAWKBOX continues making a splash. Please support if you can

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The SKWAWKBOX continues to have a substantial impact on the UK’s political narrative and on the information available to the left and the wider public – in many cases bringing information that would not be available elsewhere.

The effectiveness and importance of that information can be seen in further Establishment attempts to restrict its circulation – and in its use, again, of this blog’s exclusives when it finds it convenient.

As a matter of policy, the SKWAWKBOX carries no advertising – we pay our hosting provider extra to eliminate it entirely – and relies entirely on the support of its readers. If you can afford to do so without hardship, please consider clicking here to arrange a one-off or modest monthly donation via PayPal.

Below are some of the highlights since the last update. Which would be your top five?

  • exposed plans by ‘bitterites’ in the Labour Party to disrupt or sidetrack Labour’s conference, which starst next weekend
  • the dire attendance at the Tories’ second attempt at a ‘Tory Glasto’
  • exclusive results of the vital elections to Labour’s NEC (National Executive Committee) hours before the mainstream media had the information – and the right’s sour reaction
  • video of Theresa May’s attempt to dodge a parliamentary question about her undeclared meeting with a company at the centre of the referendum data scandal
  • the letter by London Orthodox rabbis supporting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and denouncing smears against him
  • debunking the attempts by right-wingers to dismiss the rabbis’ letter as fake – and the follow-up by one of its originators in a letter that the Jewish Chronicle declined to publish
  • revealing that the Jewish Chronicle had possessed for days proving the letter was genuine, while it continued to present claims to the contrary – and the outlet’s sudden publication of the evidence after the SKWAWKBOX contacted them about it
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  • revealing deputy Labour leader Tom Watson’s parliamentary meeting with ultra-critic of Corbyn’s Labour, Dan Hodges
  • news of manufactured antisemitism smears against TV-star-turned-candidate Cynthia Nixon – and the confession by Trump campaign head Paul Manafort that he had colluded with an Israeli official to build a similar smear campaign for political gain
  • exposing Sky News’ astonishing ‘forgetfulness‘ when it claimed right-wing Labour MPs had not attempted a leadership challenge in 2016
  • the condemnation by black and minority ethnic Labour MPs of Chuka Umunna’s exploitation of racism for political purposes
  • a series of exclusive updates on the status of Labour’s code of conduct and the adoption of the IHRA antisemitism examples
  • an exclusive statement by NEC member Ann Black that she would have supported a deferred statement on free speech
  • updated figures as Labour’s membership surged in response to the smear campaigns against party leader Jeremy Corbyn
  • a letter from a Jewish Wirral councillor to now ex-Labour MP Frank Field challenging his smears against the party
  • the damning no-confidence letter sent by a branch in Field’s constituency about his behaviour and attitude
  • a dissection of a follow-up smear by the Daily Mail – and the information it had, but decided to leave out
  • a statement from Louise Ellman’s Liverpool Riverside CLP denouncing her smears against the party
  • video exposing the nonsense of right-wing Labour MP John Mann’s claim to have the ‘unequivocal’ support of his local constituency party (CLP) – and his alleged threat to ‘throw’ an election if a branch did not withdraw its motion of censure against him. Mann inadvertently confirmed he had threatened to sue members if they revealed the discussion
  • details of the no-confidence vote planned against Enfield North MP Joan Ryan, her allies’ unsuccessful attempts to prevent it – and then not only the result as she lost it, but the aftermath including threats of violence and murder by a Ryan supporter
  • the full details of the Ryan no-confidence motion
  • details of the ‘choreographed‘ smear campaign against Labour members in Wirral, after the SKWAWKBOX had exposed the surprising authorship of a councillor’s resignation letter and other manoeuvres – and the police bulletin seeking its author in connection with an assault

Thank you for your solidarity!

7 responses to “SKWAWKBOX continues making a splash. Please support if you can

  1. Skwawkbox is ten thousand times more important than we think it is. It is worth supporting.

    It is truth in a world of lies. It is the almost inaudible voice of the working-class within a hurricane of ruling-class controlled noise.

  2. tks for your great work. the guardian has released an article on the nec meeting that will take place before the next labour conference. I am excited to hear what you know about the rumour that unions will make it impossible again for socialists like Corbyn to be elected labour leader next time. oh and how can we contact you in private actually, I found no contact on this website.

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  4. Can you only make a donation via Paypal. I do not want to use this method due to past experiences. Happy to donate if their is another way of donating.

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