Tag Archives: inequality

  1. Corbyn’s rhetoric sounds good, but does it help those most in need?

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    June 29, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Jeremy Corbyn’s ability to receive rapturous applause in an echo chamber whilst saying exactly what people want to hear continues …
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  2. Cameron parks Conservative tanks on Labour’s vacated lawn

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    October 7, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Before I comment on David Cameron’s speech (to read it click here) – I was struck by these three responses: …
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  3. A government imposing austerity backed by 24% of the electorate is a legitimate as 250,000 people marching against it

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    June 24, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

       Last weekend (20th June) there was an anti-austerity march in Central London. It was reported variously that 250,000 people …
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  4. The day Esther McVey lost her seat (clue, it wasn’t today)

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    May 8, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Esther McVey didn’t lose her Wirral West seat today, Esther McVey lost her Wirral West seat on December 18th 2013. …
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  5. The Green Party manifesto is the most honest of them all. 

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    April 16, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Reading the Green Party manifesto I found myself lost in admiration for the only honest document produced by any political …
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  6. Time for the ‘Good Right’ to redefine conservatism

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    March 9, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Would you like lower earners to pay less income tax? Well, we could have a consumption tax on the very wealthy. …
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  7. Government’s policies favour older people for a good reason…and it’s not what you think

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    February 10, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Let’s start with a fact. Older people are more likely to vote than younger people. Ergo, policies that benefit older …
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