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Musings from MedwayMusings from Medway

Medway blog covering Rochester, Strood, Chatham, Rainham, Gillingham, Cuxto...

 
Councillor Bob PiperCouncillor Bob Piper

Blog by Sandwell Labour councillor Bob Piper. Not New Labour, Not Old Labou...

 
Stand up for StockwellStand up for Stockwell

Stockwell Labour blog - community news and information from local Labour co...

 


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If you work in a unionized environment you’re likely doing better than a person in a non-union environment according to a study done in California. You’re also less likely to make use of the state’s welfare system. What’s more...

Jacinda Ardern is on the cover of another magazine. But while it has been widely reported by the media, there has been noticeable lack of public interest... JACINDA ARDERN has made the cover of yet another magazine. This time its Time magazine and it...

Thanks to the efforts of billionaires, and other corrupt individuals, union workers have been portrayed as lazy and inept. If anything, the opposite is true. Workers in unions have different goals than business owners insofar that workers just want t...

The British Conservative Party, headed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, won a resounding victory in the UK general election Thursday. The party took control of parliamentary seats that have been under Labour control for generations. In this installme...

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party have pledged universal, free broadband and a nationwide fibre buildout by 2030 if elected; they plan to renationalise parts of BT and tax Big Tech to pay for the fibre rollout. BT under private ownership has been a c...

This is based on a comment I made here.Econblogger Robin Hanson notes that firms and cities have open borders and argues that:So if nations act differently from firms and cities, that should be because either:1) there are big important effects that a...

The announcement of a UK General Election on Dec 12 -- the third in less than five years! -- was attended by predictable rises in the numbers of people registering to vote, but as official statistics show, the end of October saw a massive spike in vo...