Labour dismisses new government targets on housing crisis
Monday 23rd Oct 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
THERESA MAY was blamed yesterday for driving Britain towards the prospect of leaving the EU without a deal by the shadow foreign secretary.
Emily Thornberry warned that the stalled negotiations are down to problems within the Cabinet rather than inflexibility of EU officials in...
Macron calls for £36bn, double what Britain has offered to pay
Saturday 21st Oct 2017
Corbyn calls on Socialists Together to ditch neoliberalism
Friday 20th Oct 2017
TORY former minister Edward Leigh warned the government yesterday not to ignore a unanimous Commons vote opposing the universal credit roll-out.
Mr Leigh said ministers were setting dangerous precedent because the “road to tyranny is paved by executives ignoring...
JEREMY CORBYN will be in Brussels today to discuss Labour’s priorities for Brexit with EU politicians and negotiators.
This comes after PM Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to “accelerate” efforts to strike a deal but offered...
Thursday 19th Oct 2017
Government ignores ‘clear institutional racism’ against Sikh community
Proposals would have given May a majority
Wednesday 18th Oct 2017
Lords committee ‘misses the point’ on change
A LACK of basic items such as pillows and toilet roll helped spark last year’s riot at Bedford Prison, according to a report published yesterday.
Prisoners there — who were locked up for up to 23 hours a day — were suffering from “chronic shortages” of...
Tuesday 17th Oct 2017