Why I am a loser, and how to stop it

I remember when Barack Obama got elected. I was 13 and didn’t consciously follow the news. Back then I would only ever catch glimpses of the news when my parents watched it each night at 10PM, and I’d easily find something more interesting to do. But I do remember Obama being elected as America’s first black president, and feeling very happy about it. It seemed … Continue reading Why I am a loser, and how to stop it

Why the recent Labour election makes Corbyn stronger than ever

It seems like the diversity of Jeremy Corbyn has been going on for a lifetime.. but Corbyn shows no sign of backing down and why should he? He’s only getting stronger. The recent Labour election between Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith showed this significantly, and that if anything, Corbyn’s getting more people on his side despite the ongoing battle he faces with mainstream media and … Continue reading Why the recent Labour election makes Corbyn stronger than ever

Yes we Khan! – Meet Labours candidate for Mayor of London

Some of you may not be familiar with Sadiq Khan; I was first introduced to him whilst watching Corbyn’s first speech as Labours new leader and was instantly engaged. Sadiq comes across a confident yet relaxed character, the south London boy and a son of an immigrant born from a council estate in Wandsworth consistently shows his appreciation of the faith of the public for … Continue reading Yes we Khan! – Meet Labours candidate for Mayor of London