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  1. Meanwhile, that woman from Bristol might put it this way “Another one!”

    I am referring to an article in today’s Guardian:

    “Labour scraps universal free childcare plan in favour of means testing”

    Yes, another one. Another betrayal hot on the heels of the last one.
    With 4 by elections coming up, it will be interesting to see how many people will actually turn up to campaign for Labour.

      1. The sort of “fiscal credibility” skewered in articles such as this…

        …among others.

        Meanwhile, you could not get a stronger signal of what Herr Starmer would like to do with power than his unstinting support for the draconian anti-protest bill which he knows will be required to keep the plebs down in the same way he has done with Party Members, local Councillors and other representatives, for the sake of such self-defined tautologies as “Fiscal Responsibility.”

        ie: The interests of the minority oligarchy.

        It ought to be clear by now that Keir Starmer and his clique, like his blue Tory counterparts such as Johnson, Rees Mogg and other fellow oligarchs whose interest he serves, has the morals of an alley cat. As do those who support him.

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