Last quote by Gaby Hinsliff
Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters feel this is their moment – a final opportunity to be heard after years of ridicule. You won’t hear much about the Corbyn surge in the mainstream media. One reason for this, of course, is that “surge” is pushing it. A steady uptick in dismal poll ratings is not an earthquake. Rallies of the faithful prove no more now than when Michael Foot held them.feedback
Gaby Hinsliff has most recently been quoted in an article called Head to the school gate - and see how politics is failing our children. Gaby Hinsliff said, “While Labour offers funding it may not have, Tories promise more grammar schools. It’s a study of what happens when rhetoric tries to defy reality. You can run. But laden down with PE kits, pushchairs and hideous art projects made from empty loo rolls, you can’t hide. That’s why election candidates are so fond of lurking outside primary schools at home time, for here is where they find those voters least able to escape: parents of small children. But for Labour MPs this May, school gate canvassing isn’t just a formality.”. Gaby Hinsliff has been quoted a grand total of 7 times in 6 articles.
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Quotes by Gaby Hinsliff
May 13 2017
While Labour offers funding it may not have, Tories promise more grammar schools. It’s a study of what happens when rhetoric tries to defy reality. You can run. But laden down with PE kits, pushchairs and hideous art projects made from empty loo rolls, you can’t hide. That’s why election candidates are so fond of lurking outside primary schools at home time, for here is where they find those voters least able to escape: parents of small children. But for Labour MPs this May, school gate canvassing isn’t just a formality.feedback
May 04 2017
Theresa May’s bellicose approach to Brexit is calculated to appeal to a growing cohort of over-65s – but they’re being targeted by Labour, too. What did Theresa May think she was playing at? She had just come from Buckingham Palace, but the prime minister’s tone on Wednesday, as she accused Brussels of a dastardly (if imaginary) plot to influence the general election, was more Churchill emerging from a war cabinet. All that was missing, as she parked her tank firmly on European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker’s lawn, was a burst of national anthem and a Spitfire flying overhead.feedback
Apr 20 2017
Britain’s public services are crumbling, and though the highest paid 5% may not feel rich they will be targeted. It’s a strange quirk of the rich that they never really think they’re rich. Comfortable, perhaps. Fortunate, maybe. But even when they’re rolling in it, people usually avoid the R-word. Famously, a survey of dollar millionaires found almost half denied they were wealthy, arguing that only applied to people with $7.5m (£6m) or more. Billionaires presumably feel poor compared to trillionaires. There’s always someone with a bigger yacht.feedback
Mar 30 2017
Politicians are dazzled by this booming industry’s leaders. Yet history shows us that things can go badly wrong. One night in Seoul, a group of highly successful executives go out to an escort karaoke bar. Four of the men reportedly choose a woman, identified by the numbered tags they wear, to sit with and then go downstairs to sing karaoke. Shortly afterwards the chief executive leaves with his then girlfriend, plus a “visibly unhappy” female executive who will later make a complaint to HR.feedback
Mar 03 2017
Though the party is damaged by internal feuding, it can still try to shape the debate as a toxic social movement. Rejoice, Munchkins! The wicked witch is gone. The nightmare for conventional politicians that was Ukip is crushed, squished beneath the weight of byelection defeat and its own squabbling ineptitude. Or so we keep being told, anyway.feedback
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