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Daily Telegraph
Lord Roper, Lib Dem peerThough an infrequent speaker in the Commons, Roper was instantly recognisable.
Lord Roper, Lib Dem peer
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Though an infrequent speaker in the Commons, Roper was instantly recognisable. Always with a file of papers under his arm, he would digest the proceedings at the Bar of the House before moving, as if on castors, to his seat. Roper was reckoned among... Read more
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The New Statesman
Labour won't split but MPs are preparing for a reckoning with Jeremy CorbynThirty-five years ago in January, a group of Labour MPs filed for ­divorce from
Labour won't split but MPs are preparing for a reckoning with Jeremy Corbyn
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Thirty-five years ago in January, a group of Labour MPs filed for ­divorce from their party. Their grounds included the left’s relentless advance, the planned deselection of colleagues and the adoption of unilateral nuclear disarmament as policy.... Read more
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International Business Times
Neil Kinnock: Labour MPs will let Tories rule for decades if they split over Jeremy Corbyn The Conservatives will rule the 21st century in British politics if disgruntled
Neil Kinnock: Labour MPs will let Tories rule for decades if they split over Jeremy Corbyn
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
The Conservatives will rule the 21st century in British politics if disgruntled Labour MPs quit and establish a rival left-wing party, according to Lord Neil Kinnock. The former Labour leader issued the warning as reported in-fighting continues in... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | Should Labour split?29 January - 4 February issue​Should Labour Split? Cover story: Should Labour
In this week's magazine | Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
29 January - 4 February issue​Should Labour Split? Cover story: Should Labour split? Thirty-five years on from the Limehouse Declaration, we ask politicians past and present whether Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents should stay or go. Neil Kinnock: Labour... Read more
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The New Statesman
There's still time for a government rethink on universal creditNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
There's still time for a government rethink on universal credit
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improveNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improve
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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13d
The New Statesman
Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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13d
The New Statesman
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leader: The Corbyn conundrumNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Leader: The Corbyn conundrum
The New Statesman / Posted 13 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Middletown Sports Hall of Fame: A look at the Class of 2016The 1968-1969 Middletown High boys basketball team went 24-0 and captured their
Middletown Sports Hall of Fame: A look at the Class of 2016
The Middletown Press / Posted 18 days ago
The 1968-1969 Middletown High boys basketball team went 24-0 and captured their second straight Class "B" state championship. Pictured with head coach Sebastian "Prof" Gallitto are co-captains, kneeling from left, Wilbur Pope and George Glover. First... Read more

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