I have a friend who once worked in a high position within the Civil Service (local government). When relocating to Southern England, she applied for
From the manner in which the BBC and other media outlets reported the May 3rd (2018) Local Council Elections in England yesterday (both local and
Those who have not voted have allowed the System to retain its status quo, and have missed an opportunity to make real change through a Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn. This must come down to working class alienation, lack of political education and a sense of pointlessness. The middle class know the value of a vote, and in areas like Sutton use that power to devastating effect.
The NHS worked on the principle that there were grave inequalities within capitalist society, and that when working class people presented themselves at their GP, it did not matter who they were or what their station in life was – they were entitled to top-notch and ‘free’ medical treatment delivered by healthcare professionals.
Although many quite rightly concentrate on Peter Mandelson or Tony Blair as the architects of ‘New’ Labour, in reality these were only frontmen for Philip
The notion of disability ‘Civil Rights’ was used by Tony Blair to attract the disabled vote for the ‘New’ Labour victory, but when he backtracked and disabled protestors ‘chained’ themselves to railings outside Downing Street (and elsewhere) – Tony Blair unleashed the police upon them.