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Is this the most corrupt government in history?
Or just the most incompetent?
Are we being sold out by the most blindly pro-European government in history?
Or by the most rabidly anti-British?
Has Labour been tough on crime and the causes of crime?
What happened to education, education, education?
When Labour promised to "save" the National Health Service,
was it just more of their spin?
Why do they break all their promises?
Is it because they are too engaged in infighting or are they just hypocrites?
Are all the top jobs occupied by cronies of Blair, Mandelson and Brown?
Has democracy been swept aside in a wave of "New Labour" control freakery?
Did Gordon Brown have the cheek to claim the credit
for the strong economy he inherited in 1997? How did he break it?
How has the Labour Government been discharging its most important obligation, Britain's defence?
Can it really be true that Blair took Britain to war in Iraq on a lie?
Did Blair handle the foot and mouth crisis well?
Or has the countryside fallen victim to Labour's ignorance of rural affairs?
How many of our pensioners are looking forward to another dose of Labour?
How did the 2001 and 2005 General Elections unfold?
How is the notoriously dour Gordon Brown shaping up as PM?
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Welcome to Labour-Watch, the news resource for anyone who wants to keep an eye on the Labour Government.
I'm afraid there's not much to smile about here, apart from John Prescott's frequent mishaps.
Unlike the Labour Party, this site is meant to be short on presentation but long on content. Most of the news stories are from the Telegraph, the BBC, the Independent and the Times. Other sources are used where appropriate.
Comparison of the ways in which news stories are treated by these sources shows up very clearly the BBC's bias in favour of Labour, and this must be taken into consideration when using BBC stories as sources. Those of us who can remember the BBC's praise of Dennis Healey's handling of the economy (with inflation at 25%!!!!) will realize how subtle this bias has become. Those who can't - beware!
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The Blair Government has made a record number of political appointments to the Civil Service, Quangos, Museums and other public institutions. Do you have to work with one of Tony's Cronies? Come on and "out" the bugger. We will publish a list of these sneaky little toads.