Monday, 26 February 2018

A Time For Energy

As the Bill to bring about the energy cap is introduced, there is still room for co-operation among people of all parties and none, in order to implement Theresa May’s original Prime Ministerial agenda.

Those were, and are, workers’ and consumers’ representation in corporate governance, shareholders’ control over executive pay, restrictions on pay differentials within companies, an investment-based Industrial Strategy and infrastructure programme, greatly increased housebuilding, action against tax avoidance, a ban on public contracts for tax-avoiding companies, a cap on energy prices, banning or greatly restricting foreign takeovers, a ban on unpaid internships, and an inquiry into Orgreave.

There is also room for such co-operation in order to return to her world-leading record of work against human trafficking and modern slavery, now that slavery has returned to Libya.

You know what you have to do, brothers and sisters. You know what you have to do.


  1. All you Northern Leave voters who vote Labour at election time, how stupid do you all look now?

    Talk about shooting yourself in the foot...

    1. At least the North did vote Leave. And Corbyn's policy, at least, will be May's by the end of the week. If she wants to save her job. From her own party, which, being mostly Southern, is mostly Remain.

      No one votes based on this issue, anyway. Did the Lib Dems get 48 per cent of the vote? Well, there you are, then.