Free to dream, I’d be left of Jeremy Corbyn. But we can’t gamble the future on him

Free to dream, I’d be left of Jeremy Corbyn. But we can’t gamble the future on him

Interesting article,  although like Burnham,  Kendall and all the others who follow and vote in favour of Conservative disgusting policies.  Labour should,  as the SNP and other parties are doing be a party in opposition. They,  Conservatives, are governing with a small minority.  Advocating policies which attack all individuals human and civil rights. Their evil,  disgusting and quite frankly disturbing policies rip away the fundamental principles and rights of each person.  They quite openly with the aid of their press administrator policy to take away the financial means of support.

Along with any means of legal or professional representation taken away. Ridding the means of fighting their unjust laws or social policies. Unlawful,  evil,  unethical assessments carried out to refuse essential financial support to disabled people.

In the previous five years we have witnessed the poor and disabled. Low waged families and unemployed. Not to mention the young.  All have had endure financial support lost or stripped away to a bare minimum. Care services and health professional support refused due to lack of funding to local authorities.

The never ending brainwashing Conservative led press and pathetic televised programmes depicting individuals receiving social security. When did we become a nation were we ridiculed and depicted the poor and disabled in such a narrow minded way. Shame on those who voted this evil Conservative government in


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