When will Jeremy make this speech?
Thank you all, for being here today. It is so good to see so many people now engaged in politics, especially young people as we are getting closer to changing the directions of our nation, it is very inspiring, thank you. As I said when I was elected leader in September 2015 “Things can and will change” The election of June 2017, we presented a manifesto that resonated with the British people that resulted in a huge increase in the Labour vote. Back in July 2016 when a new Pr
When will Bernie make this speech?
The United States is at a crossroads. We have elected a regime that claims to improve life for ordinary Americans but has embarked upon on a piecemeal program of measures that will do exactly the opposite. Measures like excluding millions from healthcare, slashing services for the most vulnerable and waging wars. We cannot stand by and let this happen, we must act now for the benefit of our families, our nation and the world, not just for today but for tomorrow. We now have t
The fruits of the money tree
Time for the non-conservative parties to step up and do what the British people want: they do not want to leave the European Union and they also want a government that brings change and actually does something for the majority. To move from austerity to prosperity, we need to follow the principle that we all create the wealth (but currently it is accumulated by the few) so it needs to be shared more equitably. This can be achieved by a tax on personal assets of the 1%, a move
Time for a Progressive Partnership
Over 4,000 activists gather in Chicago for the People’s Summit this weekend. It is time for all progressive campaigning groups to come together and unite under a new People’s Party in order to win electoral success and bring the change that the majority of Americans want. There has been considerable effort to reform the Democratic Party since its disastrous national defeat in November 2016, especially those initiatives driven by Bernie Sanders. However this has proven an uphi
Politics for the people, not just the privileged
The British people want change, they voted for change. And we will continue to vote for change until we get it. Theresa May learnt nothing from the arrogance and sense of entitlement of Hillary Clinton. Luckily Jeremy Corbyn did learn something from the authentic and popular approach of Bernie Sanders. The Conservatives deserved to loose. On her first day as Prime Minister, Theresa May said she wanted a government that works for all the people not just the privileged few and