Fundraiser: SKWAWKBOX invited to cover UN poverty findings launch

Philip Alston, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on poverty and human rights, is in the UK to investigate the government for its treatment of disabled people and other vulnerable benefits claimants. The SKWAWKBOX has been invited by Mr Alston’s team to cover his presentation on his preliminary findings this Friday in London and will be attending, […]

Please support the SKWAWKBOX – latest impact report

The SKWAWKBOX continues to inform Labour members and supporters of the real events and landscape within the party – and to discomfit those who attack and undermine it, bringing information to light either exclusively or against the current of the mainstream media narrative. Below is just some of the news and information broken since the […]

Latest SKWAWKBOX update. Please support if you can

SKWAWKBOX: causing ripples The SKWAWKBOX continues to impact the UK’s political landscape at a national and local level, bringing its readers often-exclusive information that inconveniences the Establishment and undermines the constant attacks on Labour’s continued and growing standing as not only a genuine alternative to ‘business as usual’ but as a genuine government-in-waiting. Since the […]

Breaking: complete victory for Unite and McCluskey as Coyne case thrown out in full

In breaking news, Gerard Coyne’s complaint against Unite and Len McCluskey over the conduct of last year’s contest for the union’s general secretary position has been thrown out in full, in what union sources have described as a ‘complete victory’ for McCluskey. The SKWAWKBOX has covered the case at length, exposing the weakness of Coyne’s […]

SKWAWKBOX continues making a splash. Please support if you can

The SKWAWKBOX continues to have a substantial impact on the UK’s political narrative and on the information available to the left and the wider public – in many cases bringing information that would not be available elsewhere. The effectiveness and importance of that information can be seen in further Establishment attempts to restrict its circulation […]

Enfield N ‘ploy’ to rule out Ryan no-confidence motion fails

As the SKWAWKBOX published exclusively on Sunday, members of Enfield North CLP (constituency Labour party) tabled a motion of no confidence in their MP, Joan Ryan, accusing her of making false accusations of antisemitism and bringing the party into disrepute. Ms Ryan publicly dismissed the motion, which was to be debated at tomorrow’s CLP meeting, […]

Police issue CCTV pic named as ‘author’ of Wirral councillor’s resignation. Council no-comment

As the SKWAWKBOX exclusively revealed last week, a bitter resignation letter issued by Wirral councillor Michael Sullivan that called local Labour members ‘parasites’ showed close ally of the council leader, ‘public affairs strategist‘ Martin Liptrot, as its author, not the councillor. The letter also showed that it was last saved by the council leader himself, Phil […]

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The three weeks or so since the last round-up have been as busy as ever – and have included some of the SKWAWKBOX’s most explosive revelations. Below are just a few of the stories that this blog has either broken exclusively or highlighted when the mainstream was ignoring it – many of which have had […]

Major blow struck vs ‘bogus’ self-employment – Hermes workers win worker recognition

Sixty-five workers at delivery giant Hermes – have won a landmark case against their employers for recognition as just that: workers. The decision entitles the staff, who have banded together to communicate via a ‘Lifestyle couriers’ forum to coordinate, to holiday and sick pay and has been described by their union, GMB, as a triumph […]

Coyne humiliated again as appeal judge says ‘inconsistent, confusing and weak’

Gerard Coyne’s latest dead-horse-flogging attempt has ended in another humiliating failure after yet another attempt to legally overturn the democratic decision of Unite union members to re-elect Len McCluskey as their General Secretary was witheringly dismissed by an Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) judge. Coyne had claimed confidence and anticipation in a tweet to his followers […]