Like, those right wingers and their lobbyist allies have been attacking us for years, while Jeremy Corbyn has been one of our greatest supporters; and how dare they accuse Jeremy of a lack of leadership when the vast bulk of those Labour MP rebels 'sat on their hands' as the Welfare Reform & Work Bill passed against your opposition and the opposition of the bulk of other opposition parties' votes....
- Disability News Service reports: Labour left with no disability spokesperson after its Disability Spokesperson Debbie Abrahams is promoted to Work & Pensions Secretary; (2)
- A car boot businessman has escaped unpunished for a disability hate blog; (3)
- A former diplomat, who was forced to give up her job after the Foreign & Commonwealth Office refused to fund the lip-speakers she needed to do her job, has called for more government-funded research to examine the benefits of disabled people finding work; and (4)
- Experts demolish government excuses for [Employment & Support Allowance Work-Related Activity Group benefit level] cut. (5)
- While 'hostage taking' (6) Theresa May, who says that her leadership of the Conservative Party and country would make Britain work "for everyone" (7) started her bid to become Prime Minister tour in the Hampstead & Kilburn Parliamentary seat (8) while Camden Council is set to sell off £150m worth of council homes every year under the Housing & Planning Act 2016; (9)
- Homelessness and eviction matters make it more difficult for the people displaced to do anything,
- Another (England & Wales-based) political party has a leadership election that the BBC News gives scant attention to in terms of 'alternatives'; (10) and
- Support for the so-called UK Independence Party under Nigel Farage's leadership became strongest in the former Labour heartland of North-East England (11) presumably among those white working class people keener to scapegoat other poor people than unite against the real causes of oppression. (12)
And Jeremy Corbyn's opponents within the Parliamentary Labour Party and colluding with 'austerity government' Labour councils should realise that he was elected Labour Leader by a much greater populace than those on MPs' salaries; and in Jeremy Corbyn MP's support for vulnerable people, Kwug caseworkers who give their services out of a sense of solidarity rather than anything more than photocopying and postage type expenses have a great role model.
- Corbyn link pending