There’s Lots To Like In Labour’s Education Manifesto — But The Real Clincher Is The Attitude It…
Richard Eyre

Hear, hear!

Personally I find it hard to disagree with a party that has put education, healthcare, housing and social good at the heart of their manifesto.

In some regard the tribal nature of politics; the red vs the blues, is broken and my sense that the General Election this coming June is more a question of where your moral compass is pointing.

That said it seems that May’s Conservatives and the supporting media, which is pretty much all of it including the free rags given away at every train station and airport, are intent upon making this election about personalities rather than policies.

Could it be that their own policies just don’t stand up to scrutiny when it comes down to the good of all the people rather than the few?