The Top 5 Worst Moments From Tory Party Conference

By Rob Schofield LAST week, the creaking, clunking engine that is the Conservative Party spluttered into Birmingham, an electoral vehicle that is out of fuel, lacking any roadmap, and whose exhausted driver is on the verge of being thrown out of the emergency exit by its petulant, baying passengers. The country watched wearily as this … Continue reading The Top 5 Worst Moments From Tory Party Conference

Cameron caught red handed – kick the Tories out

Take to the streets, Unite the strikes, Vote Labour David Cameron and George Osborne are facing a perfect storm. And much of it comes from their colleagues in the Tory Party and the right wing press. Firstly, the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign is in deep trouble, with the anti-European right, both Tory and UKIP, … Continue reading Cameron caught red handed – kick the Tories out

Margaret Thatcher Dies – celebrate, agitate, organise!

Dave Stockton writes an obituary to one of the most hated prime ministers in British history Any expression of sorrow for the death of Margaret Thatcher or praise for her qualities or achievements from any representative of the workers’ movement are a sure sign of past or future betrayals. Doubtless her self-admitted disciple, Tony Blair, … Continue reading Margaret Thatcher Dies – celebrate, agitate, organise!

The Nasty Party

Jeremy Dewar argues that the Conservative Party has completely reverted to type after the riots The Tories have long sought to shed their reputation as Britain’s “Nasty Party”. Before the last election, David Cameron’s PR machine worked hard to soften their image. “Hug a hoodie” was the catchphrase, “understanding” his watchword. “Dave” described Tory Party … Continue reading The Nasty Party