Blogpost: Pigeons, chess, flags and UKIP

Blogpost: Pigeons, chess, flags and UKIP

Blogpost by Mick Hall “Dealing with Ukip is like trying to play chess with a pigeon. Even if you win within the rules, the pigeon will clutter up the pieces, and finally it will s**t on the chessboard, leaving you to deal with the mess.” I have no desire to revisit the flags furore which […]

Blogpost: I expected better from Thurrock UKIP

Blogpost: I expected better from Thurrock UKIP

By Mick Hall I expected better from Ukip members in Thurrock than this, it reeks of the type of sleight of hand Blair and Cameron went in for. Yes the recently posted video about the new Ukip leader Paul Nuttall calling for the privatisation of the NHS was first made in 2011, but he wasn’t […]

Blogpost: Why Labour should not be led by Owen Smith

GAFFE-prone Owen Smith continues to display his sheer ignorance towards Brexit. Not satisfied in alienating 17 million people who voted Brexit by threatening to block Article 50, he now says he would join the Euro and take Britain into the Schengen Zone which would damage Britain’s economy and cause an immigration surge. This is sheer political lunacy at its finest.

Blogspot: Why Owen Smith is toxic

Another day, another Owen Smith gaffe. Smith’s latest corker is truly unbelievable and sums up why he is unfit to lead the Labour Party – and why the party is toxic in working class areas like Thurrock.

Blogspot: Labour’s future is local

NATIONALLY, the Labour Party is split and is in crisis – this is beyond dispute. What is disputed is the extent of the split and crisis. As bad as 1983? Definitely. As bad as 1931? Maybe. However, there is hope…