Welcome to Windsor Labour

The country is seeing the tangible fall-out of the nasty party. The negative impact of uncontrolled private sector gambling by Carillion on the lives of many throughout the UK, has been brought into sharp focus. This is an example of a complete lack of checks and balances by the government on private sector greed.

Closer to home, the media scrum to interview every single last homeless person on the streets of Windsor, thanks to the callous comments of Simon Dudley has brought our town into the spotlight  for all the wrong reasons. When yesterday’s news becomes todays chip papers, we will make sure that the issues stay in the public consciousness. We have two wonderful posts on the impact of homelessness by Michael Boyle and Margery Thorogood which are well worth a read.

In the coming months, we will be organising several events so please check back to see what we have planned. First up, Windsor Labour will be marching with the thousands in London on Saturday the 3rd in support of the NHS. Come along and join us.

This current excuse for a government is so wobbly – we can’t second guess what they will do when even they decide that their position is untenable.

We are the government in waiting and occupy the centre ground of British politics whilst the Tories have veered to the far right with their failed experiment with neoliberalism and austerity politics

We look forward to a brighter future and our aim remains the same – Let’s save this country from an incompetent Tory government. They will finish the job of dismantling the NHS they have already started. They will continue to sell off all our assets which we have paid for through our taxes – to their friends in the privileged few.

We are all shareholders in this country not just the ‘shareholders’ that benefited from the mass sell off our railways, NHS, public services and, if May gets her way, our schools. We need a ‘kind’ revolution to bring compassion and social justice back to this country. That revolution has already happening with mass rallies in the streets – not choreographed photo opportunities in empty factories. Whatever happens, there has been a sea change in British politics – away from neo-liberalism and ideological austerity and towards an inclusive societal push for hope and change.

They may have much more money than us and a hostile media, but the one thing we have much more than them is you, the many. Let’s make this count – vote Labour – again – soon.



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