Salutary data points if you are reading, as I am, astonishingly glib stuff suggesting that the way back from this election result for the Labour Party is easy.
In short, it’s not.
> The Tory vote...
Steve MooreReading some astonishingly glib posts suggesting that the way back for Labour is easy (honestly I have) So here are some salutary data points of note (sorry Labour friends you are facing an Everest)
Bethany was trapped in a tiny cell for months on her own where she was fed through a hatch. Her tragic tale is just one among many
Steve MooreHaving to report on the horrors of this national scandal week after week must take its toil but I hope @ianbirrell never lets up until the Government respond to these terrible acts of state-sponsored cruelty
Written for the Cumberland & Westmorland Herald, Publ. Dec 1st 2017 When I lived outside Britain, I felt that the greatest problem in Britain was injustice. Once I became a ‘parliamentary candidate’ I began to feel that the problem was that...
Steve MooreThis is why I support @RoryStewartUK as PM > brilliant exposition of what he learnt in his first few years as an MP
Football. Bloody hell! First Liverpool’s brilliant fightback against Barcelona taking them to a second successive European Champions League final, then Spurs swept aside a thrilling young Ajax team in a second-half blitz to join them. Now two more...
Steve MooreAfter this extraordinary week. Terrific @ianbirrell essay on how the beautiful game has evolved and shaped a whole new world view
The stories sound like something from a cruel military dictatorship or those hideous asylums we assumed had been banished to the distant past. Innocent children and young adults ripped from their families by the state and stuck in secretive...
Steve MooreThis is shameful beyond words. @ianbirrell on the abject horror of how we allow people with autism to subject to unbearable cruelty
I often get told to “eff off” and join the Tories, so last Saturday that’s exactly what I did. I went to a field in Cambridge to speak at something called the Big Tent Ideas festival. It was organised by people from Labour and the Lib-Dems but the...