In my day it was militant!

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Those of us, who cut our political teeth, when Wilson and Callaghan led the Labour Party, will be able also to remember one group of determined entrists, calling themselves Militant and organising around their newspaper of the same name! Eventually, … Continue reading

Jahangir Akhtar – Disloyalty knows no bounds?

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A little while ago after Jahangir realised his future in the Labour Party was all behind him, I learned something I find incredible! An email arrived at UKIP HQ, addressed to Nigel Farage, offering his services and promising to ‘spill … Continue reading

Jahangir Akhtar – Losing It?

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Jahangir Akhtar is showing signs of distress, if this threat is anything to go by? Wonder who he is threatening here? Jahangir was doomed, from the moment this Report was published! Click on image to download/read:  

Friday Night is Film Night!

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Was reminded of this little piece, created by the Roth Brad Politics dirty tricks campaign. Reported previously as, Seems Rotherham Politics has upset someone?, worth a read for the comments alone. Now, for some reason, the video has been removed from … Continue reading

Remember when we were told, CSE was a myth?

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Not long after the first rumblings of the enormous problem Rotherham has, a blog by the name of Roth Brad Politics came into existence. On the 23 January 2013 this post appeared. It gives many clues as to the arguments … Continue reading

News Friday 14 Nov 2014

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Our round up of the news starts today with this interesting piece in the Star. There is more to this than meets the eye? Asian child sex abuse victims ‘yet to speak out’ due to cultural issues, says British Muslim … Continue reading

Comments On Labour’s Failure In Rotherham

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LP Central would never willingly have held an inquiry into their Rotherham Constituencies, if that’s what we have. Despite mounting evidence from such as the report of Keith Vaz’s Home Affairs Committee, the Andrew Norfolk articles and a number of … Continue reading