Labour MPs with Most Leave Voters

Guido has compiled a handy list of the over 100 MPs elected for the Labour Party in 2017 from Leave-voting constituencies. They all voted for a referendum to take place, then voted to activate Article 50, and then stood on a manifesto promising to deliver what their constituents voted for. Now many look set to block the implementation of the result of the referendum they endorsed. Find out who the biggest hypocrites are on Guido’s handy list

See the full list here.

Labour Demand Photo ID to Attend Conference

Labour are making a song and dance about the government stamping down on voter fraud by introducing voter ID. Labour say this will stop poor people, young and people of colour without passports from voting. The government is offering free-of-charge voter photo ID to stop the kind of electoral fraud that is common and difficult to prove…

Labour Conferences require photographic ID together with written delegate applications which are further vetted by the police. The cheapest costs £30.

Momentum claim “The Tories’ plan to introduce compulsory photo ID for voters will disproportionately affect tens of thousands of BAME and marginalised groups”. Despite the voter ID cards being free. Labour charge £30 for a photo ID pass for their conference. Who is really excluding marginalised groups from politics?

Jeremy Corbyn actually hired a Momentum organiser convicted of voter fraud to work in his office. Could there be some other reason why Momentum are campaigning against Voter ID checks?

Watson’s Office Door Sign Nicked

Potentially annoyed at the failure of the attempted coup against the party’s deputy leader on the eve of their conference, some mischievious Parliamentary passholder has removed the name sign on Tom Watson’s office. Guido isn’t saying he endorses retaliatory measures by Blairites against Jeremy Corbyn, but a name-pinching factional battle would no doubt be more entertaining than the deselection express

Shadow Brexit Minister Resigns

Shadow Brexit Minister, Matthew Pennycook, has just resigned from the Labour front bench. Reading between the lines, it’s clear he’s not happy with Labour’s new Brexit policy…

Read his resignation letter above…

Star of Labour’s Broadcast Tonight is Conspiracy Theorist

One of the four stars of Labour’s new party political broadcast (which fails to include Corbyn once) is a GP who talks about how much Labour loves the NHS. Youssef El-Gingihy is also very concerned about the NHS having authored a book entitled “How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps: The blueprint that the government does not want you to see” which alleges Tory, New Labour, and Coalition governments had a secret plan to end the NHS. Despite supposedly evil Tory, coalition, and New Labour governments having run the NHS for 58 years of its 71-year life…

But Youssef’s conspiracy theories don’t stop there. In the last few years, Labour’s star GP has also…

  • Claimed 9/11 was an inside job.
  • Repeatedly claimed the US is supporting ISIS.
  • Claimed the assassination of JFK was a ‘false flag’ inside job, Lee Harvey Oswald worked for the CIA, and it was all so that the US could invade Cuba.

Youseff takes up one minute and twenty seconds of the five-minute broadcast. Andrew Gwynne describes the Labour poster-people in their ads thus, “Holly, Youssef, Andy and Chris serve their communities every day and are the people who make our party and our country so special.” Special is one word to describe it…

‘Spontaneous’ Support for the Deputy Leader

It is great to see that the New Labour traditions of photo-op manangement have not died in the Labour Party. This spontaneous out-pouring of support for Tom Watson and chanting of “Tom, Tom, Tom” is heartwarming. The National Organisation of Labour Students may be disaffiliated, labour students clearly not gone…

Labour Hosting Sinn Fein MP Who Backed IRA, at Hotel They Blew Up

A Sinn Fein MP who named his constituency office after IRA terrorists has been invited to speak at a Labour fringe event. That alone is bad enough, to add insult to injury the event is being held in the very hotel the IRA bombed in 1984, in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. This is Corbyn’s Labour Party…

Chris Hazzard MP, making his appearance at the Grand Hotel on Tuesday, made headlines in 2018 after winning his seat the year before, by saying it was “absolutely fitting” that both his office and the local Sinn Fein branch were named after Peter McNulty – who died in a premature bomb explosion in 1972 – and Paul Magorrian – who was killed by the British army in 1994. Hopefully this isn’t an indication of Labour’s latest plan to remove Boris from office…

Salma Yaqoob Plagiarises Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Campaign

Momentum’s pick to be the next Labour candidate for West Midlands Metro-Mayor has put out some pretty professional looking material. But sadly for former Respect Party leader Salma Yaqoob, virtually none of it is her own work. Her main campaign video is completely ripped off from the US Democrats’ new socialist firebrand AOC…

Yaqoob isn’t the first Labour politician to nakedly plagiarise US Democrats. Disgraced Labour MP Kate Osamor stole her campaign victory speech from President Obama, and plagiarised her maiden speech. Plenty of Labour Party precedent…

Across the pond Joe Biden plagiarising Neil Kinnock’s ‘first in my family’ speech destroyed his presidential hopes in 1987. Sadly Guido somehow doubts it will do the same to the Momentum backed candidate…

For our American readers, Guido thought an introduction to Yaqoob was in order:

The Corbynisation of the Democratic Party is not all one way…

Hat-tip: Milk Media @milkmedianewyor

Thornberry: Elected Deputy Leader Doesn’t Represent the Party

Not very comradely…

Wannbe Labour Candidate’s Epic Selection Video


Epic from Tareq, shame he’s a terrorist sympathiser…

He’ll fit right in with Jeremy.

Labour’s ‘New O’Mara’ Sonny “No Regrets”

Labour’s newest Southend council candidate deleted his Twitter account following Guido’s exposé, Gudio managed to archive some of the more gross tweets from the aspiring politician. Sonny Green repeatedly calling female politicians “dirty c*nt”, calling ‘random girls’ “slag”, Ed Miliband a “nonce”, and revealing a history of possession of a “shank”. Guido understands that Green remains the Labour Party’s candidate…

Guido can now reveal a further raft of sexist, racist, and homophobic sexist abuse posted by the Labour candidate:

 

 

On BBC Esssex Radio this morning Sonny said he had no regrets…

Guido understands that the past tweets had not been noticed at the time by the local party and social media vetting was not carried out. A source says the selection panel and the branch meeting had not seen the tweets, and the Labour Party is now looking into them. Many of the tweets are from 2017/18 when he was a party activist. Despite all this, Green remains a candidate…

Southend Labour Choose Coarse Candidate

The Labour Party has a notable recent history of not doing proper background checks on their candidates and has seemingly decided to outsource this responsibility to Guido. Today we can bring you their latest instalment from Southend, where rapper Sonny Green has been selected as a council candidate. Here’s Green pictured with the Absolute Boy:

Green has a very colourful social media history; recording all aspects of his life – from his court appearances for drug possession to assaulting police officers.

Perhaps he has reformed, and now is a stong ‘law and order’ candidate…

Labour were clearly happy that Sonny adhered to their equality commitments, despite the candidate describing the last female Prime Minister as a “dirty c*nt”, encouraging friends to troll women as slags and bitches whilst observing that some women look like they’re “asking for sex” and promising followers “I’ll take your chick, I need a bitch too practice on”. The full Jared O’Mara phrasebook of respect for women…

Perhaps he clinched his selection with this advice to the former Labour leader Ed Miliband:

Like Jared O’Mara with his history of similar comments online, Sonny is also a prominent DJ and music producer so at least he’ll have something to fall back on should the people of Southend reject him…

Labour Quietly Drop Climate Change Target

Jeremy Corbyn has quietly downgraded Labour’s ambition to tackle climate change despite today promising a “green industrial revolution.” It’s not just Brexit pledges that they’ve ripped out of their manifesto…

In 2017 Labour committed to achieving 60% of energy -including heating- from “zero-carbon or renewable sources by 2030”, but now they’ve dropped this target to “low carbon sources” in a recent paper from Labour on the renationalisation of the energy networks.

Low carbon and renewable sources already make up 53% of our electricity mix. That share has risen by over 2.5% in the last year alone. On current trends, by 2030 Labour’s new target will be far, far less green than the actual status quo…

Experian Snubs Brexit Party Despite Working With Labour and Tories

Amid the perennial spectacle of Carole Cadwalladr trying to milk the activities of a small over-hyped data company for all it’s worth, the tinfoil hat brigade have been remarkably unfussed about an organisation that has been amassing one of the largest databases of personal information in the UK for over 30 years. They claim to process a staggering 750 million data records from 600 sources about UK citizens each month, holding data on 51 million individuals in Britain. They’ve also regularly run data-driven marketing campaigns for the Labour Party for over a decade, culminating in a major data scandal last year. The credit rating agency Experian…

They even boast of being able to provide “actionable insight on every UK consumer, household and location” – exactly the sort of ‘micro-targeting’ that normally gets Carole’s antennae spinning like a washing machine. Top tip for “fearless investigative journalists”: micro-targeting by Obama or the Labour Party = good, microtargeting by Leavers or Tories = bad.

Experian claim that their data “segments UK consumers through financial behaviour, demographic classification, digital behaviour and buying habits”, giving their clients the opportunity to tailor marketing campaigns using 500+ variables. Clearly they’re happy for corporates and political parties to “meet your data self” too, for the right price…

When they’re not running their irritating “data self” ads, Experian have also done work for the Tories and the Better Together campaign in the 2014 Scottish referendum, while they still host Labour’s main ‘Contact Creator’ database. So the Brexit Party were surprised to find that when they approached Experian as well, they initially made good progress in their discussions before unexpectedly being told:

“Experian has taken the decision to not provide services to any organisation which is explicitly campaigning for or against Britain’s exit from the European Union. As a consequence we are not able to help you on this occasion.”

Presumably they’ll be immediately cancelling all of their lucrative contracts with the officially Remain-campaigning Labour Party too then…

Milani: Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear

We have been covering the emergence of, Ali Milani, Labour’s candidate in Uxbridge since December 2017, long before he was surprisingly accepted as a candidate. We have documented his extreme anti-Israel views and his crazy conspiracy theories about the US government being in on the “false flag” 9/11 attack. A lot of the evidence – not all – that we have gathered has been from his social media accounts. Last night he deleted his personal Facebook page and all his tweets prior to July 2017. Too late…

Labour Rally Turn-Out Disappointing

Not a great turn out for the rally this evening. Could it be because Labour members think if Corbyn really wanted a general election he would have called a confidence vote today?

Hypocritical Brown Criticises Tory Leadership Election

The former Prime Mentalist has just told an audience at the IPPR “More people voted for Ed Balls on Strictly than for our next Prime Minister.” Tens of thousands of Tories will have voted for Boris to become leader. The country made the Tories the biggest party and in Britain’s system of democracy that gives them the opportunity to form a government. Precisely zero people voted for Gordon Brown to become PM because his thuggish reign of terror scared off any opponent in his party from standing against him. Unbelievable hypocrisy…

Chris Williamson Expelled from MP of the Year Awards

People going to vote for the Patchwork Foundation’s MP of the Year Award this year were somewhat surprised to find none other than Chris Williamson as one of the nominees. The award is meant for MPs who have done their bit to stand up for disadvantaged and underrepresented communities. To be fair, Williamson has been a robust defender of anti-Semites…

However, it wasn’t to be and Williamson had to inform his heartbroken followers that his nomination had been vetoed. True to form, they’re already calling it a “witch hunt” and blaming it on “Hodge and her gang”, theforces working against you”, “#Zionists”, and “the cult”. Birds of a feather…

Labour Campaign to Ban Private Schools Attacks England Cricket Team

The Labour Campaign Against Private Schools, supported by all Corbyn’s media outriders and a significant chunk of the Parliamentary Labour Party has today hit out against the England cricket team for having privately schooled players. Instead of expanding the teaching of cricket in state schools, their solution is to ban independent education…

Guido has crunched the numbers, and not only is this a policy that core Labour figures like Attlee fought hard against, it’s also an incredibly expensive one. Private education accounts for 7% of all school pupils, and more than double that for pupils over the age of 16. That’s 630,000 pupils that the state would suddenly have to pay for, at a per pupil cost of £5,870. That’s a spending commitment of £3.7 billion, almost double the social care funding Labour promised in 2017. What a sticky wicket…

On top of this, independent schools and their suppliers paid £4.1 billion in tax last year, meaning abolishing the sector would see taxpayers having to stump up an extra £7.8 billion in total, becoming the second largest single spending commitment Labour has made, ahead of spending on health, social security, pensions, or public sector pay. Schools would still be segregated by catchment area house prices…

Labour Party Democracy Harriet Style

Harriet is polling her Camberwell & Peckham CLP members as to whether she should stand again. Via text message they can vote yes. That’s it comrades…[…] Read the rest

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