The Establishment

The kind of language Boris Johnson uses – and has used throughout his career – should never be acceptable. But outrage doesn’t get us anywhere without action, WEP leader Mandu Reid writes.
He's been described as one of the British establishment’s richest and most powerful figures.
John McDonnell says Sir Richard Dearlove is a “reactionary member of the establishment”.
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Jeremy Corbyn is a politician in England who I believe in, which is why I then paid the extortionate and exclusive fee of £25 to vote in the second leadership election. This time I received a letter from Iain McNicol, General Secretary of The Labour Party, explaining, 'A panel of the National Executive Committee (NEC) has considered your application, and has decided to reject it on the grounds that you tweeted in support of the Green Party on 8th May 2015'.
Owen Jones uses an impressive amount of official government data to present what some critics have predictably deemed a conspiracy theory. Such an obvious and flattering denunciation only proves what we already know: Jones has the establishment clutching at their golden little straws.
It is a surprise, and rather a pleasant one, that The Establishment club is to make a muted return to Soho over 50 years