Friday, December 27, 2019
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
Tuesday, December 24, 2019
Monday, December 23, 2019
Mismatching socks may be considered charming,
Mismatching shoes are a bit more alarming,
Even if it's only yourself you are harming
And your nonchalance is completely disarming.
Please take care and let's never go barmy,
For if you do, I'll have to join the army,
The Foreign Legion, unless they debar me
But I'll never forget who you are and who are me.
What if we don't know each other from Adam
And disperse in perplexity neither can fathom?
If that should befall, I still want to say madam,
There are fine days ahead, let's have at 'em.
Sunday, December 22, 2019
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
From the London Mayor. This is some consolation while our new government tries to isolate the country and continue their reign of chaos and destruction, as they cosy-up to the Trump/Putin axis of corruption.
On International Migrants Day, I want to thank the millions of people who have come from across the world to make London their home. This city is improved immeasurably because of the history, culture, resilience, community and talent you bring to it. #LondonIsOpen pic.twitter.com/tQfsLrFOLC— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) December 17, 2019
Sunday, December 15, 2019
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Now, how can you not vote Labour? It defies belief that anyone would, unless it's with a nosepeg to back someone who can block a Tory...
How can you not vote for Labour, seeing this joy and, actually, hope emanating from the general public. No slanted, wheedling newspapers or jumped-up, bloody-minded blabbermouths to twist things. Cross-tag the Tory blaggers. #BorisJohnson #ReadEmAndWeep #GeneralElection2019 https://t.co/yBLj1sMzuV— Stephen Moran (@stephen_j_moran) December 12, 2019
If not now, when? "Get Johnson gone." It's polling day. You don't need your polling card, if you can't lay hands on it. Just go along and tell them your name and address and they'll find you on the list. Also if you've got a postal vote but forgot to send it, you can take that to the polling station too.
Tomorrow, this man could be your Prime Minister pic.twitter.com/VjgG5OIo7m— Double Down News (@DoubleDownNews) December 12, 2019
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
With the right number of Xs in the right boxes, tomorrow night we can breathe a sigh of relief that the Tory nine-year reign of anxiety, discord, chaos and vandalism is OVER. But only if you vote for whoever is best-placed to defeat the Tory candidate in your area. If you're not sure, you can find out who that is at tactical.vote. It shows recommendations from all the tactical voting websites in one list.If you're not sure who to vote for, watch this. pic.twitter.com/rBCBLzfoRp— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) December 11, 2019
If in doubt, vote Labour. Only Labour has a plan to resolve the Brexit impasse by putting a sensible deal to the people by summer. That summer vote will mark the end of Brexitmania and the resumption of progress and peace of mind. Labour will also nationalise the railways, restore the SureStart centres and much more. So go to it, do not fail to vote!
The alternative? Five more years of HELL under the government that has already brought you nine years of chaos. (Ed.)
Monday, December 09, 2019
It ain't over till it's over! Coming around the final bend in the race, Corbyn is on the shoulder of Johnson, now for the sprint finish. He's giving it all he's got, so let's cheer him home. (Ed.)The Tories have had nine years to fund our NHS properly.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) December 9, 2019
Don't believe them when they say they will now. pic.twitter.com/o3excDCvYF
Watch this inspirational little video and listen to Faiza Shaheen talk about where she grew up in the constituency of Chingford and Woodford Green.I know people have lost faith in politicians, but I'm asking my community - my friends and neighbours - to give me the chance to fight for the area that made me me. #votefaiza #votelabour #chingford #woodfordgreen #GE2019 #GTTO #unseatIDS pic.twitter.com/dtoukAwALt— Faiza Shaheen (@faizashaheen) December 8, 2019
Thursday's election is a marvellous chance to give Ian Duncan Smith his P45 and start to repair the damage the Tories have done for nine years. End the chaos wrought by this bodging, amateurish government. Get Brexit resolved: a sensible deal, put it to the people, done, sorted by Summer. Don't vote for Bodger Johnson's three-wheeled crock of a deal, which will continue to drag the UK through more hell for years to come.
Friday, December 06, 2019
You cannot trust Boris Johnson. Award him the Order of the Boot on December 12th. Vote for the candidates best-placed to block a Tory. Locally in northwest London we have Tulip Siddiq (Kilburn & Hampstead), Dawn Butler (Brent Central), Barry Gardiner (Brent North), Gareth Thomas (Harrow West), Pamela Fitzpatrick (Harrow East) and Ross Semple Houston (Finchley & Golders Green). Who have I missed?Boris Johnson is lying to you about his plan for Brexit and his own Government's report proves it. pic.twitter.com/KIH4O9Z9cZ— The Labour Party (@UKLabour) December 6, 2019
Tactical voting? Luciana Berger is a former Labour MP who is now likely to take a lot of votes for the LibDems in Finchley & Golders Green, where they were a distant third in 2017. But won't that only let the Tory hold what was a Conservative/Labour marginal? Hmm. It may be possible to evict even the horrible Boris Johnson from Uxbridge & South Ruislip with tactical voting, if everyone gets behind the Labour candidate Ali Milani.
All over the country there are chances to get rid of the hated right-wing government ministers and MPs with a bit of clever voting. The first-past-the-post voting system can only be ameliorated if we coalesce in a progressive alliance against the Tory & Brexit Party troglodyte alliance (they are one and the same now). Another good thing would be to support the newly independent Tory moderates, kicked out by "Britain Trump" (Johnson) from their party for having hearts and minds that function above lizard level, unlike the remaining members of the Johnson government.
Check recommendations for tactical voting to block a Tory in your local postcode by visiting tactical.vote. (Ed.)
Thursday, December 05, 2019
when I used to like shirts,
going to places I used to go
when I liked going to places.
For old times' sake I'll pull on
the same old thing I used to pull on
when I was fond of pulling on
that same thing I pull on now.
Oh but it's not the same.
Listen to these GPs and the group of nurses with them, out canvassing in Kensington. If it's lost by one vote, the Tory MP might be the one giving Johnson a majority to have his filthy way with the NHS, and you will not be able to live with yourself if you didn't vote Labour in "super marginal" Kensington. Just saying!These nurses are campaigning for real change.— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) December 4, 2019
Get involved: https://t.co/EorcV7qJf0 pic.twitter.com/rXxWSHGg8p
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