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Live Coverage of the UK Election

Follow our live coverage at the Progressive Army as results come in for the United Kingdom general election. We will be joined with the political science professor Colin Mooers at Ryerson University in Toronto.

Our coverage starts on June 8 at 8pm BST (3pm EDT).

Written by Kurt Hackbarth

Kurt Hackbarth is a writer, playwright and journalist working in both English and Spanish, making him highly suspect and potentially un-American. Managing partner of Big Amp Media. Denied entry to the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Kurt wandered the city, seeking inspiration in street food and bands before being discovered in a corner of FDR Park, talking to himself.

Kurt is a Writer for Progressive Army.

Written by Colin Mooers

Dr. Mooers is Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University in Toronto. Colin is an expert in the political economy of capitalism, political theory and social movements.

Written by Salam Morcos

Salam Morcos is a Managing Editor of Progressive Army and a member of its Editorial Board.

Political activist for democracy, social justice, racial justice, women's right and human rights.

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  1. All right, I have a cup of Yorkshire tea and a plate of hobnobs in front of me, so ready to go. Since we don’t know how things will go let’s start with some facts about the Nasty Party, aka the British Conservative Party or Tories and their record in government.
    One of Elizabeth May’s chief ministers scolded voters saying ‘There is no magic money tree’ to pay for all the things the Labour Party has promised. That’s because they have given all the fruit on the tree to the wealthy. Corporate Tax was slashed from 26% to 19% a give away of nearly 64B British pounds. Further Capital Gains Tax reductions saved corporations 800B British pounds. They cut the Inheritance Tax by 3.6 B pounds. But the most revealing factoid is this: since 2009, the richest 1000 individuals doubled their wealth to 658 B British pounds. Everyone else got austerity.

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Live Coverage of the UK Election