Tag Archives: USA

The Health Debate – Learning from the USA!!

Can we learn from this loathsome reptile the way to have a debate on health by doing the exact opposite of what he does?! No, I haven’t quite taken leave of the few senses that I have when I suggest … Continue reading

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My personal boycott of the USA

She may hold his hand. I prefer to kick him in the wallet!! I’ve been involved in all sorts of campaigns over the 50 years that I have been in politics. My first ever picket was outside a Barclays Bank … Continue reading

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Friday was the UK’s Day of Shame

A Trump and May relationship would be a  marriage of conveneience and not a  marriage of love! I suspect that none of my readers will expect me to like Donald Trump. I think he is an evil, misogynistic, little man … Continue reading

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Why the Lib Dems are supporting a UCATT initiative

Jaguar Cars, produced in Liverpol City Region by an Indian owned company, will be one of the first to suffer if there international trade barriers put in place Two weeks ago I received an e-mail from the building trades union … Continue reading

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What do we make of Donald Trump?

Do you think Farage told him that Trump is another word for fart?! This time last week I thought impossible that any Western Democracy could elect a lying, fraudulent, misogynistic, racist to any position never mind the head of one … Continue reading

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America Don’t Do It!!

If I had a vote it would be for Hillary Clinton Some people might wonder why I am commenting on the USA elections when I am a politician and citizen in the UK. Well there are two reasons. Firstly I … Continue reading

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The Greek tragedy reaches its climax

  I love Greece. Erica and I, sometimes accompanied by assorted kids, have had a number of lovely holidays there. No-one can doubt the fact that at one time Greece was at the very epicentre of the ‘civilised’ world. I … Continue reading

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