If you oppose racism and believe in Corbyn’s leadership, put an X next to your local Labour candidate today, says EMILY MAIDEN
Thursday 5th May 2016
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DAVID CAMERON was forced yesterday to back down on his bid to slam the door in the faces of thousands of unaccompanied child refugees.
The PM was all bluff and bluster at Prime Minister’s Questions, using the manufactured anti-semitism scandal to hurl childish insults at Jeremy...
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JOANA RAMIRO chats with Respect leader George Galloway and Women’s Equality Party mayoral candidate Sophie Walker
Corbyn urges verdict on Tories as Labour set to take London
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Labour leader tears apart the government’s record on employment, public services, education and poverty
Wednesday 4th May 2016
NICOLA STURGEON will come to “regret” posing with a copy of the Sun, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said yesterday.
The First Minister of Scotland and SNP leader was photographed holding up the right-wing newspaper in the same week as the Hillsborough inquest...
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Your round-up ahead of the May 5 Holyrood elections
Tuesday 3rd May 2016
WHEN David Cameron announced the date of the EU referendum for June 23, he must have known that the preceding campaign would overshadow the elections to the Scottish and Welsh legislatures.
And so it has proved, with media coverage of the EU debate eclipsing their meagre treatment of...
From PIP cuts to the Trade Union Bill, Labour has repeatedly forced the government onto the back foot, writes DIANE ABBOTT
If cowardly accusations of anti-semitism can be used to sabotage the party’s prospects this Thursday, our debate on Palestine needs to grow up, says CHARLEY ALLAN
Monday 2nd May 2016