Monthly Archives: March 2017

Tories break electoral rules up to a MILLION times in W Mids mayoral campaign

The SKWAWKBOX In May, West Midlands voters will elect a regional (‘combined authority’) mayor for the first time. The Conservative party has made no secret of the fact that it sees success in the mayoral contest as a key to their … Continue reading

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Unite’s slap-down of Watson’s desperate tactic

The SKWAWKBOX As the SKWAWKBOX showed this morning, Tom Watson’s ‘take-over’ smear against Labour’s Corbyn-supporting majority left was both desperate and completely hypocritical. It seems Unite agrees – and the union was scathing in its put-down of the deputy Labour … Continue reading

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Explosive: Labour’s OWN legal case says must expel Progress, Labour First etc

The SKWAWKBOX The SKWAWKBOX has been covering a series of emails between Weaver Vale CLP (constituency Labour party) and Labour’s General Secretary, Iain McNicol, on the subject of damaging right-wing groups like Progress, Labour First, Saving Labour and others – … Continue reading

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Labour HQ defunds Corbyn’s staff by half – he’s paying some himself

The SKWAWKBOX ‘Short money’ (named after the politician who instituted the system, Edward Short) is the name of the state funding to opposition parties to enable them to conduct the business of being an opposition. As the largest party in opposition, … Continue reading

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Corbyn DIDN’T ‘not recognise’ Becky L-B’s spending plans. More ‘moderate’ misogynism

The SKWAWKBOX There is a definite strategy in play at the moment – if you can call something so vile and base a strategy – by the pseudo-Labour right to undermine prominent women in Jeremy Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet. The latest … Continue reading

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Tory ‘#Pendle BNP’ slur v Labour masks ‘threats, coercion, vote fraud’

The SKWAWKBOX This has been one of the hardest articles to frame that I’ve written, because the events seem so extreme, even for the current political climate – but the people who brought me the information was referred to me by … Continue reading

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Did #Hammond take a directorship with a false DOB and not declare it?

The SKWAWKBOX (Note: the information in this article raises concerns over apparent discrepancies between Companies House records and the Chancellor’s parliamentary declarations. If you have further information or insights pertaining to the subject of this article, please indicate this to … Continue reading

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