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Daily Telegraph
Britain's Eurosceptics need Nigel FarageRight now, despite a genuine difference of views among the population at large,
Britain's Eurosceptics need Nigel Farage
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
Right now, despite a genuine difference of views among the population at large, the vast majority of media coverage and political debate on this key question about Britain’s future is broadly supportive of the EU. The other side simply isn’t being... Read more
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chroniclelive
An open letter to Tony Blair: The message you failed to make while in office is haunting your party nowIn your ‘Observer’ article on Sunday you admitted not understanding the appeal
An open letter to Tony Blair: The message you failed to make while in office is haunting your party now
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
In your ‘Observer’ article on Sunday you admitted not understanding the appeal of Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ politics. I hope you forgive the presumptuousness but let me try to help. When Neil Kinnock spoke of ‘never, never again’... Read more
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Independent
Labour leadership contest: Tony Blair attacks Jeremy Corbyn's 'Alice In Wonderland' politicsIn an article for the Observer newspaper, he rails against what he calls Mr Cor
Labour leadership contest: Tony Blair attacks Jeremy Corbyn's 'Alice In Wonderland' politics
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
In an article for the Observer newspaper, he rails against what he calls Mr Corbyn’s ‘Alice In Wonderland’ politics and reveals his clear frustration that so many members seem to have ignored the advice and experience of three party leaders by... Read more
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Independent
Harnessing idealism: Think Ahead attracts good graduates into supporting teenagers and young adults with mental illnessThen, five years ago, we supported Frontline, a scheme to recruit graduates wit
Harnessing idealism: Think Ahead attracts good graduates into supporting teenagers and young adults with mental illness
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Then, five years ago, we supported Frontline, a scheme to recruit graduates with good degrees to children’s social work. It operates on a smaller scale than Teach First, but it has established itself as a high-quality training and recruitment route... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Burnley praised by Joey Barton over Turf Moor bottle incidentBURNLEY new boy Joey Barton has praised Clarets staff for the way they reacted
Burnley praised by Joey Barton over Turf Moor bottle incident
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
BURNLEY new boy Joey Barton has praised Clarets staff for the way they reacted in the aftermath of the midfielder being hit on the head by a bottle. Barton, then playing for Queens Park Rangers, was hit by a plastic bottle thrown from the crowd at... Read more
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express
Don't hold Syria vote until we FINALLY have Chilcot report on Iraq War, MPs warn Cameron DAVID Cameron has been warned not to push for a House of Commons vote on mili
Don't hold Syria vote until we FINALLY have Chilcot report on Iraq War, MPs warn Cameron
express / Posted 7 days ago
DAVID Cameron has been warned not to push for a House of Commons vote on military intervention in Syria until the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq War is finally... Read more
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International Business Times
Labour leadership: Gordon Brown votes for Yvette Cooper ahead of Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall Gordon Brown has voted for Yvette Cooper to become the next leader of the Labou
Labour leadership: Gordon Brown votes for Yvette Cooper ahead of Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
Gordon Brown has voted for Yvette Cooper to become the next leader of the Labour party ahead of Andy Burnham and Liz Kendall. The former prime minister chose the shadow home secretary as his first preference, shadow health secretary Burnham as his... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Old-school Corbynomics gives the Tories a chance to kill off the LeftAfter Mrs Thatcher’s defenestration, as commentators began to take stock of her
Old-school Corbynomics gives the Tories a chance to kill off the Left
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
After Mrs Thatcher’s defenestration, as commentators began to take stock of her achievements, one point was almost consensual. She had eradicated socialism as a force in British electoral politics. It, and its associated -isms, had all become -wasms.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch Historian David Starkey has insisted the Queen is not the country's greatest
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has insisted the Queen is not the country's greatest ever monarch as she prepares to become Britain's longest reigning sovereign Historian David Starkey... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch « Shropshire StarDr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable int
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 9 days ago
Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented her from being Britain's most important sovereign. As the Queen prepares to pass the record of her... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Streatham Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Bury Times
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Bury Times / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Gazette
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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guardian-series
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
guardian-series / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Harrow Times
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Harrow Times / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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This is West Country
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
This is West Country / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Gazette News
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Gazette News / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Express and Star
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch « Express & StarDr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable int
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 9 days ago
Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented her from being Britain's most important sovereign. As the Queen prepares to pass the record of her... Read more
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Bolton News
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Bolton News / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Croydon Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Northern Echo
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch"Clearly women generally live longer than men. Most of the men of the House of
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Northern Echo / Posted 9 days ago
"Clearly women generally live longer than men. Most of the men of the House of Windsor killed themselves by smoking. I imagine the Queen doesn't smoke in private. She's following in her mother's footsteps by living a long time. "Long reigns are... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarchHistorian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's
Starkey: Unimpeachable integrity - but Queen is not greatest monarch
Kingston Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
Historian David Starkey has dismissed the idea that the Queen is the country's greatest monarch. Dr Starkey said Elizabeth II will be known for her "record of unimpeachable integrity and simply keeping going", but that her lack of power prevented... Read more
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Times of Malta
What’s in a book title?When former Labour Party treasurer Joe Sammut was arraigned in court last week,
What’s in a book title?
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
When former Labour Party treasurer Joe Sammut was arraigned in court last week, the book he was carrying got into the news. It was conjectured that he might want to draw attention to its title, as a sleazy, veiled threat of some sort. Perhaps he... Read more
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Daily Mail
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Beckham boy's LA night with Jude's ex The upwardly mobile David and Victoria Beckham will no doubt be concerned to
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Beckham boy's LA night with Jude's ex
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
The upwardly mobile David and Victoria Beckham will no doubt be concerned to hear that their eldest son, Brooklyn, 16, is rubbing shoulders with a somewhat racy crowd. Brooklyn has been... Read more
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Independent
Who the hell do Peter Mandelson and Gordon Brown think they are?Both of these men are arguably Labour’s least popular former policy makers, eve
Who the hell do Peter Mandelson and Gordon Brown think they are?
Independent / Posted 14 days ago
Both of these men are arguably Labour’s least popular former policy makers, even more so than Tony Blair himself. READ MORE Mandelson’s latest reported manoeuvre – trying to scupper the leadership contest by orchestrating a mass withdrawal of the... Read more
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International Business Times
Labour leadership election explained in 60 seconds Labour supporters across the country have started receiving their ballot papers
Labour leadership election explained in 60 seconds
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
Labour supporters across the country have started receiving their ballot papers as the Labour leadership election takes place. With the 610,000 eligible voters having from now until 10 September to cast their vote, IBTimes UK explains why the UK... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
You should be able to express doubt about Corbyn without risking vitriol | Suzanne MooreI am sure Corbyn genuinely does not want to sink to the level of yelling at his
You should be able to express doubt about Corbyn without risking vitriol | Suzanne Moore
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
I am sure Corbyn genuinely does not want to sink to the level of yelling at his opponents, but the specialist subject of some of his supporters is vile abuse. This may just be the modus operandi of social media now, but it is unedifying to see that... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall should quit - it's all down to Burnham nowStill, if she truly cares more about Labour getting into power than making a pr
Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall should quit - it's all down to Burnham now
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
Still, if she truly cares more about Labour getting into power than making a protest, Liz Kendall needs to quit. Her campaign is now itself a form of protest, and her involvement is sucking oxygen and resources from the “Anyone but Corbyn” group.... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
We Tories are in a state of disbelief about Jeremy CorbynIt is not just that he has next to zero support among mainstream Labour MPs in
We Tories are in a state of disbelief about Jeremy Corbyn
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
It is not just that he has next to zero support among mainstream Labour MPs in the Commons; it doesn’t matter that he has rebelled against the party leadership ever since he has been in the House. Indeed, it doesn’t matter that he sometimes... Read more
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Independent
Is Jeremy Corbyn, in the words of his favourite philosopher Karl Marx, a grotesque mediocrity?In the shock and awe campaign to stop Jeremy Corbyn becoming leader, the weapon
Is Jeremy Corbyn, in the words of his favourite philosopher Karl Marx, a grotesque mediocrity?
Independent / Posted 17 days ago
In the shock and awe campaign to stop Jeremy Corbyn becoming leader, the weaponry of Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell and, this weekend, Gordon Brown has been discharged, with apocalyptic warnings that Labour is heading towards a precipice if the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jeremy Corbyn brings much needed life and soul to the Labour partyCan you ever remember a political party leadership contest being so talked abou
Jeremy Corbyn brings much needed life and soul to the Labour party
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
Can you ever remember a political party leadership contest being so talked about, getting so much coverage or being so much fun? I can’t. Usually they pass by and no one gives a stuff. But the world and his wife seem to want to get involved in who... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
It must be so terrifying for Labour to have thousands wanting to join party Poll leader: Jeremy Corbyn is the frontrunner in the Labour leadership electi
It must be so terrifying for Labour to have thousands wanting to join party
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Poll leader: Jeremy Corbyn is the frontrunner in the Labour leadership election, despite high-ranking party figures vowing to sabotage him It's easy to see why those in... Read more
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Independent
Mark Regev: The one-man Israeli defence force who is set to become ambassador to BritainNow the man who has come to be known as the most prominent official voice in de
Mark Regev: The one-man Israeli defence force who is set to become ambassador to Britain
Independent / Posted 18 days ago
Now the man who has come to be known as the most prominent official voice in defence of Israel and its conduct during the conflict with the Palestinians is due to arrive in Britain as his country’s ambassador to the UK. Mr Regev, the spokesman for... Read more
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Prospect Magazine
The ABC of Jeremy CorbynLabour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn during a campaign rally in Edinburgh
The ABC of Jeremy Corbyn
Prospect Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn during a campaign rally in Edinburgh © Danny Lawson/PA Wire/Press Association Images This week, Alastair Campbell called for Labour supporters to the right of leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn to vote for... Read more
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Independent
Labour leadership contest: What the party would look like with Jeremy Corbyn as leader“It was a remarkable moment in British politics. On Saturday, at noon, Jeremy C
Labour leadership contest: What the party would look like with Jeremy Corbyn as leader
Independent / Posted 18 days ago
“It was a remarkable moment in British politics. On Saturday, at noon, Jeremy Corbyn, once a marginal Labour figure, was elected leader of his party, by two to one. While he had been ahead in the polls and the bookies’ favourite for some weeks, the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
With hundreds of thousands of new supporters, Labour is on the verge of something big – what a complete disaster! Having loads of young voters engage with your party must be terrifying Jerem
With hundreds of thousands of new supporters, Labour is on the verge of something big – what a complete disaster!
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Having loads of young voters engage with your party must be terrifying Jeremy Corbyn is applauded following a speech at a Labour party... Read more
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Independent
Labour are submitting our resignation letter by electing Jeremy Corbyn, says Liz KendallLiz Kendall said she was not “agnostic” about a victory for the radical left-wi
Labour are submitting our resignation letter by electing Jeremy Corbyn, says Liz Kendall
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Liz Kendall said she was not “agnostic” about a victory for the radical left-winger and said her supporters should use their second preference votes to stop him winning. “I think what Jeremy offers is easy answers but the wrong answers. You know,... Read more
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Independent
Tories should be scared of Jeremy Corbyn capturing the 'zeitgeist', warns Zac GoldsmithZac Goldsmith, who wants to be the next mayor of the capital, said Mr Corbyn co
Tories should be scared of Jeremy Corbyn capturing the 'zeitgeist', warns Zac Goldsmith
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Zac Goldsmith, who wants to be the next mayor of the capital, said Mr Corbyn could capture Britain’s “zeitgeist” and potentially ride a wave of support that confounded his critics. The eurosceptic MP also said that alternatively Mr Corbyn could fail... Read more
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Independent
With hundreds of thousands of new supporters, Labour is on the verge of something big – what a complete disaster!Every organisation would be the same. If a local brass band is down to its last
With hundreds of thousands of new supporters, Labour is on the verge of something big – what a complete disaster!
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Every organisation would be the same. If a local brass band is down to its last five members, unsure whether it can ever put on another performance, the last thing it needs is young excited people arriving with trombones to boost numbers and raise... Read more
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Independent
Labour leadership contest: Jeremy Corbyn tells Scottish supporters his critics are 'nervous about power of democracy'In a speech in Aberdeen, he said Labour was still paying the price for Mr Blair
Labour leadership contest: Jeremy Corbyn tells Scottish supporters his critics are 'nervous about power of democracy'
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
In a speech in Aberdeen, he said Labour was still paying the price for Mr Blair’s decision to take the UK into the war with Iraq. In a barbed reference to his party’s former leader, he said he would never take the country into a conflict “on behalf... Read more
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Independent
People attacking Jeremy Corbyn have 'misread the mood of the party', Andy Burnham saysAndy Burnham said support for Mr Corbyn was a symptom of Labour supporters look
People attacking Jeremy Corbyn have 'misread the mood of the party', Andy Burnham says
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Andy Burnham said support for Mr Corbyn was a symptom of Labour supporters looking for a more substantial politics than that offered previously. “The attacks that we’ve seen on Jeremy I think misread the mood of the party. People have said they’re... Read more
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Independent
The Lib Dems will come back from the dead like Lazarus if Jeremy Corbyn wins, says Jack StrawFormer Home Secretary Jack Straw told Sky News that Tim Farron’s party would be
The Lib Dems will come back from the dead like Lazarus if Jeremy Corbyn wins, says Jack Straw
Independent / Posted 19 days ago
Former Home Secretary Jack Straw told Sky News that Tim Farron’s party would benefit from a victory for Mr Corbyn. “One of the effects for certain of a vote for Jeremy Corbyn, if he were to become leader, is that the party that would most benefit... Read more
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express
Families of dead soldiers to SUE if report into Blair's Iraq War isn't out THIS YEAR GRIEVING families of soldiers killed in the Iraq War have launched a legal ch
Families of dead soldiers to SUE if report into Blair's Iraq War isn't out THIS YEAR
express / Posted 20 days ago
GRIEVING families of soldiers killed in the Iraq War have launched a legal challenge to force the release of the official report into why their relatives were sent... Read more
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