We seem to have something of a third party squeeze with the 3rd party being lots of other parties. The mains are polling at almost 80% up from 65%. Labour despite the loss of Scotland are polling better in England and Wales arguably than any time since 2001 at a general election. They will still be wiped out but hey ho. Then boundary changes kick in as their gerrymandering is unwound but there you go. The Liberals 8% seems to signal the death of Social Democracy and they have not pimped Liberalism (bar Neo Liberalism) in a long time.
So if you are in a marginal who ya got Labour or Tory? Anti Labour or Anti Tory? And yes I started a sentence with so and and, blow me. Continue reading “Labour V Conservative”
Tony Blair the former front person for a vile Govt came forward to make clear it is in our interests to resist the current drift to leaving the EU in the easiest way for the idiot Theresa May and certainly the way with the most problematic unpredictable outcome for the rest of us. Continue reading “The Vile Is Right”
You have to worry when the Govt cravenly caves to Nissan.
As before this ridiculous world where all production is subsidised and workers taxes have to pay for what money creation cannot is unsustainable. Especially as the debt created remains – banks may go bust but loans never cancelled one rule for the plebs but sadly bankrupt plebs don’t buy anything except with more debt.
If I was just acting for myself hard BrExit with no subsidy and tariffs on imports would be the way to go. Not many want to gamble like that so having a Govt led by a populist who will shit on anything to please her party and window lickers concede without a raise to a company like Nissan is worrying.