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Former chief whip: Corbyn was "the greatest rebel ever"
-BBC News - Wed Jul 26 08:09:17 EDT 2017
A former Labour chief whip has described Jeremy Corbyn as "the greatest rebel ever", but said that despite his rebellions Tony Blair was reluctant to discipline him, with the then ...
'Inappropriate language' says Welsh UKIP AM
-BBC News - Sun Jul 23 02:08:14 EDT 2017
A Welsh UKIP assembly member says she cannot condone comments made by fellow party AM Michelle Brown. The North Wales AM was recorded making a racial slur about the Labour MP Chuka...
John McDonnell not ruling out single market membership
-BBC News - Wed Jul 26 08:09:17 EDT 2017
Labour has not ruled out continued membership of the EU single market, John McDonnell has said, as he sought to play down divisions over Brexit. Everyone wanted tariff-free access ...
UKIP AM uses racial slur about black MP Chuka Umunna
-BBC News - Fri Jul 21 11:52:41 EDT 2017
A UKIP AM has been recorded using a racial slur about a black MP in a phone call to a former member of her staff. North Wales AM Michelle Brown was recorded using derogatory commen...
Labour: We never pledged to write off tuition fee debts
-BBC News - Wed Jul 19 08:08:50 EDT 2017
Labour has "no plans" to write off existing student debt and has never promised to do so, the party's education spokeswoman has insisted. Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner a...
Follow Blair's stance on Labour rebels, Corbyn urged
-BBC News - Sat Jul 22 17:08:18 EDT 2017
A former Labour chief whip has urged Jeremy Corbyn to "reflect" on Tony Blair's approach when party leader by ruling out the de-selection of MPs. Baroness Hilary Armstrong told the...
Jeremy Corbyn: I never said we would write off student debt
-BBC News - Sun Jul 23 17:18:47 EDT 2017
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that his party did not make a commitment to write off existing student debt during the general election campaign. Mr Corbyn was responding to a...
Green Party adopts fake “left” posture in New Zealand elections
-World Socialist Web Site - Tue Jul 25 23:11:09 EDT 2017
New Zealand’s establishment political parties have recently begun releasing their policy statements ahead of the September 23 election. The campaign already features the same appea...
Michelle Brown: More calls for action over UKIP AM slur
-BBC News - Sun Jul 23 02:08:14 EDT 2017
A UKIP assembly member who made a racial slur about a black MP would have been suspended from the Conservative Party, says the Welsh Tory leader. Andrew RT Davies has joined other ...
UKIP to probe AM's racial slur about black MP Chuka Umunna
-BBC News - Sat Jul 22 11:08:35 EDT 2017
The chairman of UKIP has confirmed the party will investigate a recording of a North Wales AM using a racial slur about a black MP. Michelle Brown used derogatory comments about th...
Sir Vince Cable is now leader of the Liberal Democrats because no one else put themselves forward for the job. The former business secretary, 74, has taken up the role after nomina...
Jeremy Corbyn should quit over student debt row, says Sir Alan Sugar
-Metro.co.uk - Tue Jul 25 08:10:01 EDT 2017
The Apprentice host and former Labour peer Sir Alan Sugar has said that Jeremy Corbyn should stand aside. Mum given eight weeks to live 'after doctors diagnosed her stomach cancer ...
Grenfell Fire—Social Murder: A crime against the working class
-World Socialist Web Site - Thu Jul 20 20:42:12 EDT 2017
The Grenfell Tower inferno was an act of social murder—a crime of capitalism. It was the end result of decades of deregulation and cuts, including the deadly impact of the gutting ...
Vince Cable: I can offer the same formula as Macron
-BBC News - Fri Jul 21 05:08:45 EDT 2017
The Liberal Democrats can offer "exactly the formula" of centrist French President Emmanuel Macron, Sir Vince Cable has said. The new Lib Dem leader told the BBC that he wanted to ...
Norway model on Brexit hard to accept, Wayne David says
-BBC News - Mon Jul 24 23:08:35 EDT 2017
A model which could see the UK remain in the single market after Brexit would be "very difficult for people to accept", a former shadow Europe minister has said. Caerphilly MP Wayn...
Vince Cable set to become Lib Dem leader
-BBC News - Wed Jul 19 17:09:22 EDT 2017
Sir Vince Cable is set to become leader of the Liberal Democrats later. The 74-year old is expected to be the only candidate on the ballot paper when nominations close at 16:00 BST...
(Reuters) - The leader of Bermuda's center-left Progressive Labour Party was to be sworn in as premier of the wealthy, North Atlantic British territory on Wednesday after the conse...
Police probe Tory Neath call centre law breach claims
-BBC News - Thu Jul 20 23:09:01 EDT 2017
Police are considering claims that the Conservatives broke the law by using a Neath call centre to canvass voters, an MP has said. An investigation by Channel 4 claimed the UK Tori...
Jeremy Corbyn insists he never promised to write off student debt
-Metro.co.uk - Sun Jul 23 05:09:20 EDT 2017
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that he never promised to write off student debt amid accusations he used the youth vote as ‘election fodder’. It has been claimed that Corbyn had indica...
LONDON, July 22 (Reuters) - British pharmacy chain Boots has apologised for its response to a campaign calling for it to cut the price of one of its morning-after pills and said it...
Tories admit Brexit might not actually happen until 2022
-Metro.co.uk - Sun Jul 23 08:09:45 EDT 2017
One of Brexit’s keenest supporters has admitted that it could take until 2022 for us to actually leave the EU. Liam Fox has said that he thinks remaining part of the union until th...
Ed Miliband has got no time for people complaining that the new Dr Who is a woman. New Time Lord Jodie Whittaker was subjected to heavy criticism from some Whovians (and a fai...
While the NDP government is reversing course and considering new regulations for third-party political entities, Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney said he sees no need t...
Two months before the Bundestag (federal parliament) elections, the Social Democratic Party (SPD) chancellor candidate, Martin Schulz, is running far behind current Chancellor Ange...
The inside story
-BBC News - Wed Jul 26 08:09:17 EDT 2017
Anne McElvoy, senior editor at The Economist, tells the inside story of the general election for BBC Radio 4 - talking to key figures about what really went on behind the scenes. O...
Tuition fees is causing working class students to quit uni
-Metro.co.uk - Fri Jul 21 00:05:43 EDT 2017
Over eight per cent of working class students drop out of their first year of university, figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency reveal. The majority blamed the cost o...
Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show Sunday, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said that those responsible for “social murder” at Grenfell Tower should be held accountabl...
Theresa May has worst post-election satisfaction ratings of all time
-Metro.co.uk - Thu Jul 20 08:11:53 EDT 2017
Theresa May has the lowest satisfaction rating of any modern day prime minister in the aftermath of an election. The prime minister has a satisfaction score of 34%, which is lower ...
Brexit crisis tearing apart UK’s Conservative Party
-World Socialist Web Site - Fri Jul 21 21:00:10 EDT 2017
This week’s talks on the terms of Britain leaving the European Union largely proceeded in the absence of one of the key negotiators. Brexit Minister David Davis met for one hour wi...
LONDON (Reuters) - Violent crimes such as murder and knife attacks surged by 18 percent in England and Wales in the past year, the sharpest rise for a decade, according to official...
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