Bridget Philipson was commenting on a complaint about Jess Phillips from headmistress Katharine Birbalsingh.
The Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence says a way should have been found for a peaceful remembrance to go ahead lawfully yesterday.
The Corporation is so obsessed with its own worldview as to have excluded the millions of women who vote Conservative from the documentary.
The imaginative and innovative schemes that they are rolling out across the country to may come as a surprise.
For his Shadow Cabinet, I would choose media friendly spokespeople, and back them up with deputies more on the policy wonkish side of things.
MPs should be allowed to decide if former Ministers are capable of offering independent scrutiny to their successors.
Her future is 1) Toil away on Labour’s front bench, or 2) Develop a manifesto from the backbenches. Or 3)…
She says that she’s open to the conversation because the full-on prohibition of illegal drugs isn’t working.
The dismay the electorate showed for them last is being ignored. That makes it much harder for whoever becomes the Leader of the Opposition to establish any credibility.
“We have got to be able to connect with people and take on Boris Johnson on the things he’s failing on.”
They knew that British Jews were frightened of the prospect of a Corbyn Government. They knew those fears were valid. Yet Phillips and Nandy carried on campaigning.
After the 1983 defeat, Labour’s electoral progress was slow. This time around the Party will face further decline without a bold change in direction.
Most voters will have what to them are more pressing reasons to reject Corbyn than anti-semitism. But none expose more fully why he must be stopped.
Plus: Farage and my evenings. Edinburgh and my show. Notre Dame, fire, Macron – and recovery? And: Javid’s emotional intelligence.