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British Labour’s Party Kamikaze Mission

In my previous blog I questioned Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership on whether he was effective or that he was by being poorly advised. I now realise that despite some leadership issues I have with Corbyn, his biggest Achilles heel has been … Continue reading

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Cameron Chucks Jamaica a Jailhouse Tease

This week David Cameron left the UN and on his way home nipped into Kingston, Jamaica – for less than 24 hours – and just took the proverbial at the politicial class there. Just looking at Cameron’s body language you … Continue reading

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London Bombings 7 July 2005 – A decade on

7 July 2005 is one day when those in London at the time will never forget. That morning I was still on a high from news the day before that Stratford, East London had won the bid to host the … Continue reading

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International Visa-Free League Table: Jamaica Sliding Down

Colombia and Peru will soon have visa-free access to travel to the EU for up to 90 days. According to the Panampost “Presidents Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia and Ollanta Humala of Peru concluded the deal on Wednesday during an ongoing summit … Continue reading

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Cameron or Miliband – Who Decides?

Not long now before the British public mark their x at the general elections on May 7. Relief for many who have found the short campaign laborious and repetitive. Count our blessings that the campaign is not as long as the … Continue reading

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A Low Point for UK Investigative Journalism

It has been a dark period for the state of UK investigative journalism. The BBC’s flagship news programme “Newsnight” presented a documentary this month that accused a former treasurer of the Conservative Party (Lord McAlpine) of being a child abuser. … Continue reading

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