Plus: the four things Labour must do to get back into the game.
Posts Tagged: The Left
Why the new National Curriculum is a good thing.
Dr Simon Clarke: Whisper it quietly, but some academics vote Tory. And many, many more could be persuaded to do
The commonly-held belief on the Right that academia is a leviathan of leftist groupthink is a little wide of the mark.
The law he favours would create ‘special administrative units’ to monitor those suspected of holding intolerant views. Who will sit on these surveillance operations?
Plus: ComRes – waving. Harris-Quinney – drowning. Bring on Zac Goldsmith. Welcome, Paul Abbott. Jeremy Corbyn, my part in his rise. And: I will miss Charles Kennedy.
They tried it in Falkirk, then they tried it with Miliband. What could possibly go wrong the third time?
Quentin Langley: A secret of our recent success. We understand the Left better than it understands us.
We think they’re mistaken. They simply think we’re evil. And their error may have contributed to the failure of the polls.
Labour could have done better with a different leader and a different strategy. But its error was its usual one: to assume moral superiority
Many decent people on the left are horrified by such behaviour. But they are far from defeating the many others who think it’s legitimate.
The Union’s election postcard reads like a Labour/SNP press release. And we have an appearance from Sam West (Alleyn’s, Lady Margaret Hall Oxford, Socialist Alliance).
PC is underpinned by the ideology of the post-modern left which seeks to improve the lot of groups regarded as under-privileged by restricting the rights of those regarded as over-privileged.
If only television was more radical and more anti-Tory. Fortunately I can reveal the hit shows set to take the nation by storm next season…
If they’d bothered asking the Margaret Thatcher Centre, they’d have known it won’t take any taxpayers’ money.
It may not always work well. It isn’t a model other countries want. But we’ve chosen it – and so are stuck with it.
‘Privatisation’ is now being used as a lazy pejorative to describe any injection of much-needed competition into health and other services.