"Harold Wilson said the party is a moral crusade
or it is nothing.
The walk examines a number of themes - how Britain and Newcastle became involved in the slave trade, and the moral crusade
and direct action by local people against slavery.
But Patrick Brewster's moral crusade
wasn't confined to words.
A moral crusade
was easily won in the wake of the banking crash, but nine years since its foundation, the signs are becoming more apparent that Metro may have gone native.
The Jeremy Kyle Show may have pitched itself as a moral crusade
seeking justice in murky relationship sewers.
But I can't bring myself to join the moral crusade
calling for Bielsa to be drummed out.
The PTI must abandon the populist agenda if it believes that the democratic system is higher than a moral crusade
. In the end it wants to be remembered for concrete policies and legislation that worked towards the betterment of the system.
Bernie Hunt, Kensington Fields Start fines lower IN RESPONSE to FK of Knotty Ash (I'll back moral crusade
if it saves city services, ECHO, September 8).
"His words when he spoke about Labour - 'This party is a moral crusade
or it is nothing' - ring so true for me now as a newly-elected Labour MP."
McKinnon, who also had Asperger's, said he broke into US state computers while on a "moral crusade
" to find classified documents about UFOs.
In light of Mr Lambert's headline about the soul of the Labour party, Mr Wilson famously said that the Labour party was a moral crusade
or it was nothing.
Many feel the moral crusade
needs to stop as the state has no stake in somebody's private life.