Foreign affairs committee chair slams ‘political weapon aimed at Labour Party’
Tuesday 19th Jul 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
DISGRACED MP Simon Danczuk has sparked fresh speculation that he could be set to join the Conservatives after being photographed with the top Tory in his constituency at the weekend.
Mr Danczuk, who was suspended from the Labour Party after sending lewd texts to a teenager, posed with...
JEREMY CORBYN is seeking to overturn a decision to stop new Labour members voting in the party’s leadership election, branding it “simply not fair.”
More than 130,000 people have joined the party in the last six months, but they will not be able to vote in the...
Monday 18th Jul 2016
Labour right turns knives inwards over who’s best for coup
Former PM showered his mates with gold as he left Number 10, having cut Civil Service pay
Saturday 16th Jul 2016
THERESA MAY broke her pledge to be a progressive Prime Minister in under 24 hours yesterday after promoting hard-right figures to the cabinet.
She vowed to lead a “one nation” government that works for all not just the “privileged few” as she walked into...
Friday 15th Jul 2016
Past interview reveals support for Iraq war and NHS sell-off
Thursday 14th Jul 2016
DAVID CAMERON was evicted from Downing Street yesterday after a divisive tenure cut short by a crushing referendum defeat.
The former prime minister was forced to vacate No 10 at just two days notice after Theresa May was unexpectedly coronated as his successor.
LABOUR MPs will be given a free vote in Monday’s once-in-a-generation decision over Trident renewal, a party source said yesterday.
It has been claimed that the Tories called the snap vote on the £205 billion weapons in a cynical bid to heal the divisions in their own party...
McNicol told he’ll be in the dock if Corbyn kept from ballot
Wednesday 13th Jul 2016