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- Alex Macfie 24th Aug - 6:42pm
Catherine Jane Crosland Of course in practice reserved seats often do remain unclaimed, but Corbyn would not know whether or not they would be claimed....
- Gordon 24th Aug - 6:38pm
Bill le Breton - I basically agree but there are some serious problems with a monetarist approach (of whatever flavour). Firstly, there are so many...
- Katerina Porter 24th Aug - 6:33pm
Lord Leveson had quite a lot to say about the amount of falsehood in press coverage of the EU which built up a popular picture...
- Stimpson 24th Aug - 6:29pm
Corbyn simply wants the railways to be run by the RMT, TSSA, ASLEF, commuter groups and rail users groups - all who have agendas which...
- petermartin2001 24th Aug - 6:25pm
@Eddie Sammon, Your point that interest rates are too low is a valid one. There is a point of view that the natural rate of...
- Stimpson 24th Aug - 6:18pm
"People in this country want something different from the Blairite-Cleggie-Conservative consensus." The majority do not. Yes there are significantly large (and loud) sections of the...