The Labour frontbencher adds that Starmer sacking Rayner was not a “unifying thing” to do.
As nearly 70 of the party’s MPs successfully campaigned to remove 30 criminals from a flight, their leader has gone quiet. Again.
Specifically, she’s asked whether he “was happy to appear more pro-Corbyn during the leadership election to try and get votes?”
Staying on would be a tragedy for the Conservative Party, which could very well cease to be viable as a party of government.
Too many schools are still using mixed ability teaching.
On the basis you only need to be better than your opponent, the mayoral election in 2016 is indeed competitive. Whisper it: even winnable for the Conservatives.
By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter Over the past week, Ed Miliband has come under criticism from various figures in the Labour party – including from mentor and architect of 'Blue Labour', Lord Glasman, and other Labour MPs. Adding to this list today, both Alan Johnson and Alistair Darling have expressed their concerns. In Saturday's Guardian […]
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter Abbott tweeted the above late yesterday evening. Guido Fawkes argues that she thus deliberately provoked hatred of a racial group, and is therefore in breach of the 1986 Public Order Act. I'm taken by the fact that Abbott is a member of Ed Miliband's front bench health team. She […]