The Tailgate cameras were at the NFL clinic in London to speak to some legends of the game and get some coaching tips.
John: Let us get one thing straight, The labour Party are still the part of the people, not the working people, but those who will collect benefits from the day they leave school until the day they shuffle off this mortal coil. When Labour won the general election they were left with the countries finances in a pretty good condition. When they left it was in a dire state and we were bordering on a state of bankruptcy. They spent, spent, spent, and sold of the family jewels - literally. Gordon Brown sold off a good portion of the Gold reserve which according to figures available on the internet raised around 3.5 billion pounds. The price of gold rises and falls and has do for centuries. He sold it at a point when it was very low. The same amount of gold would be worth around 13.5 Billion. Yes very good housekeeping! Gordon Brown when giving one of his budget speeches proclaimed 'This is the end of Boom and Bust'! A few years later, boom had vanished and bust was looming. Another little gem for which they were responsible the National Minimum Wage. A brilliant idea - yes I agree no doubt about it. But then there were the unintended consequences. The company my partner works for was on a 20 hour part time contract when the NMW came in. What happened. her hours were cut, number of other staff were cut and those still remaining were expected to carry out the same job in less hours with no additional help. She is now on 13 hours a week. Fortunately she is not far off retiring. Mr Corbyn whilst he is full of ideas that on the face of it are very good, some would say generous to the citizens of this country, both he and Mr McDonald will place this country in a situation that would make the previous depression look like a banking long weekend when the cash machines were turned off. He will not give a decision which was demonstrated this evening and when he does he changes his mind at a whim probably given bad advice by his cohorts, or is he instructed to do so So!. Does anyone else think like me on the point of who ACTUALLY leads the Labour party. It certainly isn't Mr Corbyn. I would hazard a guess he is there as an almost acceptable front man with people behind him pulling the strings Mr McDonald perhaps? Or a group of other extreme left wing comrades!