What do we mean by Left culture?
Labour is a democratic socialist party and we want to see social change in the UK. We can only achieve this through democracy and we must work within the democratic institutions that we have.
Me must address all our problems, including Brexit
If you think the Brexit debate is divided now wait until the NHS is sold off.
Not only will we have a divided society, but we will also have a dying one.
Universal Basic Services definition: the provision of sufficient free public services, as can be afforded from a reasonable tax on incomes, to enable every citizen’s safety, opportunity, and participation.
Doesn’t sound too bad , does it?
Young, ‘sexy socialists’ are also pushing Marxism back into the student mainstream,” wrote Samuel Fishwick for the London Evening Standard in May 2017.
Yes, socialism is back on the map and it is no longer a dirty word.
Now is the time to put your vote to good use, rather than digging in and fighting with other Brits. Remainers and Leavers should back the Labour Party to fight the Far Right
Ending austerity, individualistic thinking and unstable employment must be the first steps to addressing the ever-growing epidemic of mental health.
Spanish Elections 2019: How did it come to this?
The campaigns finished on Friday and this will give people their traditional day of reflection, before they make their decision on the Sunday in Spain’s most divided election in years.
Plaza Margaret Thatcher… in Madrid.
Yes, it is real, and ironically outside an abandoned bank.
“The protest continued well into the night down the main avenues of Spain’s capital city, all the while the people eating in these restaurants were being waited on by women who probably couldn’t afford to strike.”
Since 2017, when 40,000 women ascended on Madrid the 8th March has become a big date in the Spanish calendar. 2018 was when it really hit it off with millions of women striking in the first ever 24 hour strike. Housewives hung out their aprons, next to the Spanish flags, in solidarity with their fellow strikers. Here is why, in 2019, it is more important than ever.
The Centre Strikes Back The end of February was quite an explosive time within the Parliamentary Labour ranks and over the coming weeks, it’s going to get worse in the branch and constituency meetings. Many people thought that the centrist dads would have given up the game and gone and joined the new IndependentContinue reading “The Centre Strikes Back”
Future Socialism- we need to look to the future to give home and help shape a world that we want to live in.
Why I don’t support a People’s Vote
Fascists are gaining ground in the south of Spain. How did this happen? It was always going to happen.
“The fascists are on the rise ” scream the left and “Cultural Marxism is consuming our community ” say the ultra right catholics.
Whatever your political standing, you cannot deny that Madrid is a city that likes voicing its opinion.
Even if you are an English speaker you can get involved. It’s just knowing where to turn.
Royal scandal and claiming tax payers money. Isn’t Monarchy a bit dated for the 21st century?
Will the new law stopping the glorification of fascism help the left wingers stay in power or will the right win over the Spanish public’s heart and convince them to put the past behind them?
With the ongoing failing Brexit negotiations. We are left the question what will happen after.
Will you be an economic migrant, expat, immigrant or political refugee after Brexit?
Labour International is a Constituency Labour Party and it has 3,600 members. The only difference- they don’t live in the UK
On the anniversary of the start of the Civil War, I take a look at what life under Franco was like.
Is the Far right on the rise in Spain and can we avoid it?
What is going on with Catalonia and why do they want independence? Is it the same as Scotland and are they really any different to the Spanish? Living in Madrid I am exposed to plenty of news, rumours, insults and praise for the region and its people, and I wanted to share and explore thatContinue reading “Catalonia: Why can’t they have a referendum?”