a reply to: oldcarpy
Its absolutely appalling.
Frank Field is a politician who was more than capable of holding high office in his prime.
His differences with Blair prevented him from achieving those heights.
He is much respected by politicians of all party's, political correspondents and most importantly voters in his constituency.
He currently has a majority of over 25,000.
For him to resign the Labour whip and to publicly criticise the Labour Party and Corbyn in such a manner just shows how bad things have become in The
Theresa May is possibly the most incompetent leader this country has had - certainly in my time.
The country has been rudderless since she replaced Cameron.
If we had an opposition with any level of credibility then the Tories would be very much on their back foot and we possibly could be looking at a new
But they are ineffective and unelectable in the eyes of the electorate.
They are consumed with petty arguments, they have a fear of speaking the truth and speaking up for the British people who they are supposed to
The PC Brigade have a vice like grip on their policy making and they have absolutely nothing in common with a white, working class, council estate lad
like me from a northern former industrial town.
They seem obsessed with appeasing the social justice warrior, smug middle class 'intelligentsia', 'I know what's best for you' types that are as
removed from me as the Tory elite.
Dennis Skinner is another Labour politician I have respect for.
Like Field I don't agree with all of his politics and views but they are politicians of conviction, are passionate and genuinely believe in what they
For Skinner to vote for The Tories and against Labour you know that there is something terribly, terribly wrong with The Labour Party.