Have you ever noticed when, say, Rupert Murdoch or Alan Sugar do another deal because they want to be in the position of people who are wealthier than them, they’re being ambitious?

When people join a trade union to achieve the same, they’re just jealous.

Stand Up For Labour Awards

I like performing at Stand Up For Labour events, because it means being around engaged people who are in an earnest, grassroots effort to improve the lives of working people.

They’ve got their work cut out for them. By the time Tony Blair had finished with them, New Labour were a bit like soft porn. People who like porn don’t like soft porn. People who don’t like porn don’t like soft porn. Who is it for?

So, with that said, here’s a totally one-sided, polemical song about Margaret Thatcher. I think it’s okay to be one-sided and polemical. Like historian Howard Zinn used to say: “You can’t be neutral on a moving train”!

Songs like this are just here to make you feel a little less alone if you feel the way I do.


Bono’s Song For A Broken Hand

Here’s me doing Bono, doing a song he wrote for his broken hand.

There’s nothing like being there for people.

Inspired by Bono, who went to the 2014 Davos World Economic Forum to get “a front row view of the power elite at work “, I made this video to get a front row view of the practice of the strong lording it over the weak. Just to understand it better.

In a world of winners and losers, if you’re a winner, the causes you champion win. The rest of us will just have to wait for Bono’s hand to get better.