Jeremy Corbyn Sends Message To Manchester Bomb Victims
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking to Sophy Ridge (Sky News, 21/05/17).
Jeremy Corbyn - 'All bombing is wrong'
"I Want a World of Peace": In Exclusive Interview UK Labour Head Jeremy Corbyn Opposes Bombing Syria
Three months ago, Jeremy Corbyn shocked the world when he was elected head of the Labour Party in Britain, becoming the country’s opposition leader, vowing to return the Labour Party to its socialist roots,
championing the renationalization of public transportation,
free university tuition,
and a national maximum wage to cap the salaries of high earners.
Corbyn has been a longtime antiwar activist who once chaired the Stop the War Coalition.
Last week he voted against authorizing Prime Minister David Cameron to begin bombing Syria.
A day before the vote, Cameron accused Corbyn of being a terrorist sympathizer for opposing airstrikes.
At the U.N. climate summit in Paris, Amy Goodman sat down with Jeremy Corbyn in his first U.S. TV/radio interview since being elected Labour leader. He discusses why he opposed the bombing of Syria, his refusal to drop a nuclear bomb anywhere if he were prime minister, and his call to determine who is funding ISIL.
Jeremy Corbyn - Times They Are A Changin' final-H264 MP4 1920x1080.mp4 (Liam Moore)
Listen to Change Is a Comin! by Liam Moore on @AppleMusic:
As a mark of respect for the victims of the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday, I suspended The Labour Party's General Election campaigning after consultations with the Prime Minister.
Following further discussions with all the main parties, Labour will resume local campaigning tomorrow, followed by a phased return to national campaigning on Friday.
The British people are united in our resolve that terror will not prevail. It will not prevent us going about our daily lives or derail our democratic process.
Resuming democratic debate and campaigning is an essential mark of the country’s determination to defend our democracy and the unity that the terrorists have sought to attack.
I ALSO got this from Jeremy Corbyn`s FacBook page: https://www.facebook.com/JeremyCorbynMP/photos/a.468063663871.262492.330250343871/10155389161728872/?type=3&theater
The spirit in Albert Square, Manchester, last night was deeply moving. I saw a people defiant, refusing to be divided, refusing to give in to hatred. I felt so proud to be among those people, as I’ve felt so proud of the way Manchester and our whole country have responded to this attack.
I AS WELL got this from THE LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO 2017 : FOR THE MANY NOT THE FEW: http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/manifesto2017/safer-communities
Labour will recruit 10,000 more police officers to work on community beats ...
Published on May 23, 2017
Our hearts are broken, but our resolve has never been stronger.
We are determined that terrorism will not divide our communities, as its perpetrators clearly intend. Our deeper strength, the compassion that brings together people of all faiths, beliefs and ethnic groups will prevail.
Those who died will of course always be remembered by their loved ones, their families and friends. But they will also live on in the hearts of the British people.
Robert Peston / 23 May 2017 at 9:19am
Talking to politicians and their advisers this morning they have no idea how long the election campaign will be suspended; like the rest of us, they are in shock.
For some time the normal argy-bargy between the political parties will feel wholly wrong, and indeed trivial; what unites us as a nation will be more important than the differences.
But that won't last, especially since this atrocity is a cynical attack on that normal argy-bargy, or on our freedom, democracy and way of life.
It really matters that what separates us from the terrorists is that we air our grievances with non-violent debate though our democratic structures and processes.
Manchester Arena blast: What we know so far: http://www.itv.com/news/2017-05-23/manchester-arena-blast-what-we-know-so-far/
So political leaders and people agree on one big thing: we have to proudly stand up for our system of resolving our differences, as the best way of showing terrorism is never the answer to a problem.
We must get back to the peaceful business - and it is that word "peaceful" that matters - of choosing who to represent us in a new government, though not until we have shown the proper respect to and solidarity with the grieving families.
Last updated Tue 23 May 2017
Police: 22 dead and 59 injured in Manchester suicide bombing
All election General Election campaigning has been suspended
MY (verynewtothis) condolences to these families and to the British people, for whatever that it is worth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jeremy Corbyn in Hull to announce their Arts for education policies
Policy Updates - Jeremy for Labour: http://www.jeremyforlabour.com/policies
Arts policy launch
Over the past six years, £42.8m has been cut from Britain’s Arts Councils. Cuts to local government have meant library closures and cuts to opportunities. And for many people, work is increasingly precarious and consuming, with a lack of childcare provision and rising fees and barriers to education and training.
Under a Jeremy Corbyn led Labour government, that will change. Austerity is a political choice, not an economic necessity – and for every pound invested in the arts, £1.06 is generated for the economy.
At the heart of our plan to rebuild and transform Britain, we place a vision for a well-funded, independent, dynamic arts sector.
1. Arts policy at the heart of the government’s policy making agenda.
From opposition, Labour will commit to delivering a strategy for a publicly funded arts, culture and heritage sector in government, fit for the 21st century.
We will create a cross departmental cabinet committee in Parliament on the arts and creative industries.
2. Reinstating and expanding funding for the arts in Britain
We will increase funding to the arts so that it reaches the European average.
We will restore grant in aid funding of the Arts councils. Cultural budgets will be devolved to regional levels so that decisions can be taken locally about how best to use arts funding to equip.
3. Access for all
We will introduce a new arts pupil premium to schools in England and Wales, and will fund its introduction in Scotland.
We will support the recognition of dance and drama as national curriculum subjects in their own right.
We will introduce a new bursary and scholarship scheme for the arts, aimed at improving access for disadvantaged students.
4. Protecting artists and performers
We develop and enforce transparent national policy and guidelines on minimum standards of artists’ pay and conditions.
5. Safeguarding our galleries, museums and libraries
We will defend free access to museums and galleries and place an immediate moratorium on all privatisations in the sector.
We will create a legal obligation for local authorities to provide a comprehensive library service.
6. Protecting the BBC
We will defend the licence fee as a means of funding an independent BBC.
We will support the continued development of devolved regional television news and local radio.
jeremy Corbyn campaign speech (22 may 2017)
Plus, Jeremy Corbyn gave a great speech in Zebedee's Yard in Hull on the 22nd May 2017. In his bid to become Prime Minister, he is travelling around the UK in an attempt to gain support.
Jeremy Corbyn on the General Election Campaign
Jeremy Corbyn | Theresa May, why not debate me?
Published on May 22, 2017
This election is about you. Today is your last chance to register to vote → https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn campaigns in Peterborough
Corbyn hits out at #torymanifesto during #GE2017 campaign
Jeremy Corbyn's first major speech on GE2017 campaign (20Apr17)
And 'the home of the brave'...How true how true...I guess that you would have to be to be a 'Whistle-blower'. Especially a 'Whistle-blower' concerning the antics of the capitalistic minded Nazi elites in the American government...
MUCH THANKS TO Jimmy Dore of the 'The Jimmy Dore Show' for all his hard work...THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chelsea Manning Free! Here Are Crimes She Revealed
Party Election Broadcast | Maxine Peake | For the many, not the few (FULL)
“Let’s do it differently: where we work from the principle that the role of government is to give everybody a decent chance.”
"Don't lose your voice. Register to vote to ensure your voice is heard."
Emily Berrington asks you to register to vote to have your say → http://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
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A manifesto for a better, fairer Britain.
CREATING AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS FOR ALL
TOWARDS A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE
A FAIR DEAL AT WORK
SECURE HOMES FOR ALL
HEALTHCARE FOR ALL
LEADING RICHER LIVES
A MORE EQUAL SOCIETY
A GLOBAL BRITAIN
Labour’s tax transparency and enforcement programme:
THE LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO 2017:
Jeremy Corbyn promises extra £37bn to NHS
Published on May 15, 2017
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn addressed the Royal College of Nursing's conference in Liverpool.
For the latest General Election news: http://www.itv.com/news/topic/general-election-2017/
Jeremy Corbyn | Our ancestors died for the right to vote
Yesterday the Labour Party did campaigning in York: For the many, not the few.
Make sure you have registered to vote → https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Jeremy Corbyn | Sky News | A manifesto for the many, not the few
I'm (Jeremy Corbyn) proud to announce that our Shadow Cabinet and National Executive Committee have just unanimously agreed our manifesto that will deliver a country for the many, not the few. The full details will be published in the next few days.
Hmm...Sounds VERY FAMILLIAR...
Its nice to see that others see it too...TIMES ARE INDEED A CHANGING!!
Speaking in support of Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party manifesto
A 360-degree speech in support of Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party Manifesto 2017 recorded 14 May 2017.
This is the first video filmed in 360 degrees at Speakers' Corner. It is best viewed on a smartphone.
Jeremy Corbyn gives a speech as part of the General Election Campaign
Jeremy Corbyn: "Labour's the party of the many not the few"
Jeremy Corbyn | Labour's General Election campaign launch
Today, we launched our election campaign in Manchester with the message we will take around the whole country: We are for the many, the Conservatives are for the few .
Offences and Penalties
Q31. Why is there a 30 gram limit for public possession of cannabis, and why is there seemingly no limit in a private dwelling? There is no limit for alcohol.
In accordance with advice received from the Task Force as well as experience gained from discussions with jurisdictions that have legalized cannabis, the Government of Canada has proposed that a personal possession limit of 30 grams of legal dried cannabis (or equivalent in other cannabis products) is a reasonable amount to be carried in public by an adult. This reasonable limit also allows adults to carry legal cannabis or cannabis products with them when traveling between private dwellings.
Q32. How will enforcement work?
Will police be able to show up at people's houses unannounced and without a warrant?
Law enforcement officers who suspect that an individual is engaging in illegal production and/or sale of cannabis must, under the proposed Cannabis Act, follow all normal law enforcement procedure. This includes obtaining proper judicial authority to enter an individual's private dwelling.
Q33. What happens if an adult is caught with more than 30 grams of legal cannabis in public?
Under the proposed legislation, an adult found by a law enforcement officer to be carrying more than 30 grams of dried legal cannabis or equivalent could face a range of penalties depending on the severity of the infraction.
For example, an adult carrying more than 30 grams of dried cannabis or equivalent, but 50 grams or less of dried cannabis or equivalent could be, at the discretion of the officer, subject to a ticket of $200. The cannabis over the limit would also be seized for destruction by the law enforcement agency.
For more serious offences, such as possessing significantly more than 30 grams, the Crown may choose to prosecute the individual summarily or on indictment.
Q34. Are these "ticketable offences" considered criminal?
Would someone who receives a ticket for cannabis possession over 30 grams of legal cannabis face the possibility of a criminal record?
An individual who receives a ticket from a law enforcement officer for public possession of between 30 grams and 50 grams of legal cannabis would not face a criminal record providing the individual pays the assessed fine within the prescribed time period. This is comparable to receiving a traffic infraction.
Q35. How does this proposed legislation "impose severe penalties" on persons who provide cannabis to youth?
The proposed Cannabis Act maintains many of the existing prohibitions under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act regarding selling, producing, importing and exporting cannabis outside the proposed established regulated system. In addition, the Cannabis Act proposes creating new cannabis-related offences targeting those persons who would distribute or sell cannabis to Canadian youth. These new proposed offences carry a maximum penalty of 14 years' imprisonment.
In addition, the Government of Canada is proposing updated and strengthened penalties for impaired driving, including the possibility of life imprisonment for the most severe offences.
Q36. How many Canadians have been charged and convicted of simple cannabis possession?
More than half of all drug offences reported by police are for cannabis possession. In 2014, this amounted to nearly 60,000 offences reported. Of these, just over 22,000 resulted in charges.
The criminal records that result from these charges have serious, lifelong implications for the individuals involved. People with criminal records may have difficulty finding employment and housing, and may be prevented from travelling outside Canada.
Keeping Canadians, especially youth, out of the criminal justice system for simple cannabis possession is a key goal of the legalization and strict regulation of cannabis.
Jeremy Corbyn - Response to the
Chilcot Inquiry report
This is the entire speech I just gave to the House of Commons in response to the Chilcot Inquiry report into the raq war.
It is only a provisional response.
The intervention in Iraq was a tragic decision which lead to the deaths of 179 British personnel and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis -
while destabilising the region and increasing the threat of terrorism to our own country.
the report and the regrets
Sir John Chilcot delivers his Iraq War Inquiry report SUMMARY (
[HD] Iraq Inquiry - Tony Blair [ Humiliated ]
In this video it shows the BBC News Report on the Iraq Inquiry with Tony Blair.
He is asked a lot of questions during his six hours ordeal however Tony Blair baffles a lot and
shows the signs that the Iraq War was based on Lies.
A MUST SEE!!
Blair’s testimony at Chilcot Inquiry:
Five key moments
Oct 29, 2015
As the Chilcot Inquiry into the invasion of Iraq is pushed to summer 2016,
we look at former Prime Minister Tony Blair's key moments from his testimony
Read and/or Download the ACTUAL Chilcot Report Here:
THANKS TO the Internet and especially [TO] people like 'Eva Bartlett' and 'Jimmy Dore' for spreading the REAL TRUTH!!
Reporter Actually In S-Y-R-I-A Exposes Media Lies About Everything
Well, I`m (verynewtothis) NOT REALLY SHOCKED BY THIS REVELATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The thing that I forgot to mention IS THAT at the end of the year the Bank of Canada should have the RIGHT to PURCHASE A PART OR ALL OF THE Debt Obligation from EITHER OF THE ''Public or Private' NON Profit Banks (entities)...
AND A DEBT TO ONE`S SELF IS NOT REALLY A DEBT!!
Well to me the answer to that question is kind of easy if you make that bank 'A NON Profit entity ', tasked with or if you prefer this wording: 'MADATED TO' finance ALL OF Canada`s proposed infrastructure endeavours/projects TO THE EXTENT THAT IT WILL BENEFIT ALL OF Canada AND ALL Canadians ...At that point it REALLY DOESN`T matter if the bank is either 'Public or Private'.
MORE Investment in Canada, is it really needed??
Well, the answer to that is not so cut and dry, as being a ONLY a 'YES' or ONLY a 'NO'...
What I mean by that is (small NOTE: This explanation is in a REVERSE order):
In the case of 'NO':
If...WHEN Canada and the Canadian Provinces USE the Bank of Canada to FUND those endeavours, you really DON`T NEED somebody or some CORPORATION TO INVEST IN Canada or TO INVEST IN ANY OF THE Provinces in Canada. Other than TO BRING UP Canada`s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) NUMBER.