JEREMY CORBYN appealed for calm among Labour members yesterday as the debate over the future of the party descended into violence and threats.
The Labour leader called on all sections of the party to “treat each other with respect and dignity” after a brick was thrown...
Wednesday 13th Jul 2016
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Pro-Tax Credit Cuts and Anti-Minimum Wage: Theresa May Heads Straight to Downing St
Tuesday 12th Jul 2016
Wealthy Blairites only likely financial backers
ANGELA EAGLE was branded the “Empire Strikes Back” candidate yesterday in the Labour leadership election she’s unleashed by formally challenging Jeremy Corbyn.
Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott put Ms Eagle to the lightsabre, saying her record of voting for the...
JEREMY CORBYN will vow today to address a future Durham Miners’ Gala as Prime Minister, in a clear sign of confidence that he can defeat any challenge to his leadership — and the Tories.
James Callaghan was the last Labour prime minister to make the pilgrimage to Durham in...
Saturday 9th Jul 2016
LABOUR’S newest councillor has backed Jeremy Corbyn to remain as leader after hearing messages of support from voters.
Emily Owen, a 21-year-old social policy and criminology student at Bangor University, was elected to Conwy County Borough Council on Thursday night after winning...
Coup plot resigner wants to return focus to ‘our true enemy – the Tories’
Friday 8th Jul 2016
AFTER SEVEN LONG YEARS, full verdict of chilcot NAILS former british pm
Thursday 7th Jul 2016
JEREMY CORBYN said yesterday that public opposition to the war in Iraq had been “vindicated” and called on politicians who ignored pleas for peace to “face up to the consequences.”
Speaking in Parliament after the publication of the long-awaited Chilcot...
DEMANDS for a “popular front” to challenge the Tories at the next general election grew louder yesterday as leading figures from four parties met to discuss the idea.
Labour’s Clive Lewis, Green leadership candidate Caroline Lucas, former Lib Dem minister Vince Cable...
Wednesday 6th Jul 2016