The referendum had nothing to do with party politics and even less to do with support or not of Jeremy Corbyn. Now the referendum has been decided, the issues Jeremy Corbyn may differ with some on are no longer issues which will decide as to whom people vote for or not.
Opinion piece by Rhyley Douglas: Political and Social psychologist I’m not really sure what those whom voted to leave are now expecting to happen or how quick they think it will happen. Are they expecting clouds to part and the sun to shine constantly, for people to have street parties full of Union Jack flags?… Continue reading We haven’t voted to leave the EU: We’ve voted for oppression
by Rhyley Douglas Rhyley specialises in political and social psychology From the outside looking in; being a part of the ‘politically informed’, able to see that immigration isn’t the cause of the problems causing such anger, knowing that the likes of Nigel Farage and the ‘Vote Leave’ camp have abused and used immigration as a… Continue reading I wonder how it feels to believe that immigration is the cause of societies problems?
By a Corbyn supporter, fearful of how the Tories vulnerability and weakness following the referendum will cause them to mount a huge onslaught against Jeremy Corbyn, an entirely unjustified onslaught, to deflect attention away from a disunited Tory party in turmoil. The mainstream media, Tories, UKIP, anti-Corbyn Labour MP’s etc., will try to find any… Continue reading How will an extremely weak Tory party with such disunity react after the EU referendum?
The following was written by Steve Topple | @MrTopple I sometimes agree with UKIP. There, I’ve said it. Not the racist, xenophobic, misogynistic or homophobic bits (although I do sometimes wish I had the opportunity for the bad weather to be my fault), but the fundamental reason they came into existence – a “Brexit”. Because… Continue reading I sometimes agree with UKIP | By @MrTopple