PM turns a blind eye to Cameron’s honours
Tuesday 2nd Aug 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
DAVID CAMERON was accused yesterday of “rewarding failure” by dishing out gongs to prominent EU Remain campaigners in his resignation honours list.
The former prime minister is going to reward 48 Tory donors, personal aides and a range of EU campaign supporters including...
Monday 1st Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Former PM showered his mates with gold as he left Number 10, having cut Civil Service pay
Saturday 16th Jul 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
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.
Thursday 14th Jul 2016
Commons to vote on nuclear future next week
Monday 11th Jul 2016
ONLY two months ago, a gaggle of military and foreign affairs chiefs were warning us that leaving the EU would damage Britain’s role in Nato and the world.
According to five former secretaries-general of Nato, “Brexit would undoubtedly lead to a loss of British influence,...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Cuts to enforce worker protection laws contributed to recycling plant deaths
Saturday 9th Jul 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
DEPARTING Tory PM David Cameron promised extra cash yesterday to help “drive appalling hate crimes” out of Britain.
The Prime Minister said that funds would be spent on security measures to help boost protection for vulnerable institutions and organisations such as...
Thursday 30th Jun 2016
JEREMY CORBYN was handed a political gift yesterday as David Cameron weighed in behind the Blairite coup against the Labour leader, writes Luke James.
Westminster pundits had expected the first head-to-head between the pair since last Thursday’s referendum to be a politically...
Tories shut TUC out of Brexit talks
Wednesday 29th Jun 2016