Dennis Skinner articles over last 30 days

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2014/07/31 07:05
2014/07/31 07:05
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... a sentimental old sod," Frank Dobson warns me. It's two days since he told Holborn and St Pancras Labour Party activists that he is standing down at the next election after 35 years as their...
2014/07/31 07:05
2014/07/31 07:05
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2014/07/25 23:51
2014/07/25 23:51
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Mex it up: Cakes with a Mexican twist RAISE your game and bake cakes with a twist Tried-and-tested tips from Saturday magazine’s celebrity chef[PH] Hi, and welcome to my last column of July. As you...
2014/07/24 16:24
2014/07/24 16:24
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Next year’s election has been touted as the most significant for a generation. But then they always are. But after a five-year wait for this general election, we may be asked to go to the polls again...
2014/07/17 22:12
2014/07/17 22:12
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... Not long to wait until the new improved, updated, refined, recalibrated paperback version of Damian McBride’s memoir, Power Trip. The hardback sold well, caused all sorts of outrage, questions in...
2014/07/17 17:24
2014/07/17 17:24
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Jeremy Paxman, the retired rottie, has time on his hands after bidding goodnight to Newsnight, yet it was still a surprise to bump into him at the Durham Miners’ Gala. Paxo’s the type of chap who’d be...
2014/07/13 17:53
2014/07/13 17:53
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Around 100,000 people toast absent friends at an emotional Durham Miners' Gala : Bands perform during the130th Durham Miners' Gala. Picture: DAVID WOOD (8156929) ABSENT friends were remembered at...
2014/07/12 08:53
2014/07/12 08:53
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Village takes new banner to the Big Meeting A view of the New Brancepeth banner (8125748) FOR the first time in 60 years residents of a former pit village will march behind their own banner at...
2014/07/11 15:53
2014/07/11 15:53
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Village take sits new banner to the Big Meeting A view of the New Brancepeth banner (8125748) FOR the first time in 60 years residents of a former pit village will march behind their own banner at...
2014/07/09 06:35
2014/07/09 06:35
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Nick Clegg would do everything in his power to stop his children going into politics, he told an interviewer this week, since it's such a beastly business and you need the skin of a tank to...
2014/07/08 20:12
2014/07/08 20:12
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Gordon Maloney and others rightly deplore the failed experiment in fees and marketisation over the last four years of a Tory-led government (Letters, 3 July). They state that before the election they...
2014/07/08 19:38
2014/07/08 19:38
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Delivering the Speakers Lecture in Parliament, Ms Harman complained: “Imagine my surprise when having won a hard-fought election to succeed John Prescott as deputy leader of the Labour Party, I...
2014/07/07 07:26
2014/07/07 07:26
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Police called to town centre after PSCO raises alarm Police called to town centre after PSCO raises alarm POLICE were called to an incident in Colchester town centre after a PSCO reported being in...
2014/07/06 20:17
2014/07/06 20:17
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In an age when many complain – unfairly, in my view – that MPs are all alike or in it for themselves, Dennis Skinner has a rare ability to excite voters. His integrity, and what pollsters call...
2014/07/04 05:12
2014/07/04 05:12
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A Twitter storm of indignation greeted news that Dennis Skinner has been voted off Labour's national executive committee by his fellow MPs. How could they oust an original, a working-class hero, in a...
2014/07/03 11:36
2014/07/03 11:36
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Labour policy chief Jon Cruddas has been secretly recorded criticising Ed Miliband after he was quoted as saying that his party leader is ‘gamed out every day, every week’ by the media. This comes...
2014/07/03 05:35
2014/07/03 05:35
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Dennis Skinner, the scourge of Tory prime ministers from Ted Heath to David Cameron who was dubbed the "Beast of Bolsover", has been voted off Labour's governing national executive committee,...
2014/07/02 18:37
2014/07/02 18:37
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He added that political journalists from the mainstream are particularly prone to being sucked into a system that “encourages a trade in favours,” because “a client media has developed whereby...
2014/07/01 06:42
2014/07/01 06:42
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Ian Buxton, deputy headteacher, is nursing a Nottingham Forest mug and sitting near a photograph of Bolsover colliery at Bolsover school, Derbyshire. His mug tells its own little story: Forest...
2014/06/30 12:37
2014/06/30 12:37
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Elated students are waiting to learn whether their world record will make it into an official bible recognising amazing feats. Stewards from Rotary clubs counted 1,802 people, most of whom were...
2014/07/31 07:05
2014/07/31 07:05
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