I’d been reading this https://rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/2015/05/04/a-fresh-start-or-labours-cynicism/ where it says that Taiba Yasseen is a disability campaigner “Taiba Yasseen, who has campaigned nationally on disability issues”. https://www.linkedin.com/pub/taiba-yasseen/13/90a/a68 when was that? I thought she was in the acting business, and everything else says … Continue reading
Saghir Alam and Taiba Yasseen were selected to fight the Boston Castle Ward. Boston Castle Ward, the former stomping ground of Mahroof Hussain, managed to select this father and daughter pairing, with more than a little support from ‘the Bostan … Continue reading
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Labour’s cynicism? What do readers think? Image taken from the Advertiser of 18th April 2015: .
The Katari clan has taken liberties inside the Labour Party. Saghir Alam and Taiba Yassen, Father and Daughter, were chosen, in what was billed as a Labour Party selection meeting, but in reality was nothing of the sort. If anything, … Continue reading
I must say I find the Labour Party difficult to fathom? First they go in to full denial mode then they fail to mention it on election materials and now it seems, Labour are not even fielding their own candidates … Continue reading
Just seen the shortlist of possible Labour candidates for the two Boston Castle Council seats in May, and as ever I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. The combination of misogyny and plain thickness that pervades local Labour, and … Continue reading
Once the realisation percolated even to Mahroof Hussain, Jahangir Akhtar and Shaukat Ali’s brains, that they were finished as a participant in municipal life. The biraderi moved on to plan B, without apparently pausing to draw breath. They have always … Continue reading
Since yesterday’s request for information on Labour’s panel of candidates, I am gratified by the response, but it leads me to one conclusion Labour had not considered the issues explored in this posting, published previously. It deserves careful reading as … Continue reading
Too good to miss: “The resignation of Akhtar seems to have caused a flurry of activity amongst some of his most closest allies who will no doubt lose out the most with him going. Who are these people readers may … Continue reading