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Black Woman - Not Diane Abbott - To Bring Down House Of Windsor

Prince Harry’s rumoured romance with the mixed race actress and campaigner Meghan Markle has sparked outrage among some press commentators who believe that marriage between the two would leave the family bloodline tainted. 130 more words


The Nigerian Schools Foundation (NSF) UK Announce Their 5th Anniversary Celebration at the House of Commons

UK-based Alumni Associations of Nigerian secondary schools under the banner of the Nigerian Schools Foundation (NSF)UK in association with Obaseki solicitors will hold their 5th Anniversary Celebration at the House of Commons, Westminster London SW1A 0AA on Friday 4th November 2016 from 6.30pm till 10.30pm. 279 more words

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Labour Policy Part 3: Education and Healthcare

Labour policy part 3, and I will be focusing on Health and Education. Both of these have been hit particularly hard and the Tories seem hell bent on destroying these vital services. 786 more words


Labour, è di nuovo scontro Corbyn-deputati

LONDRA – È durata pochissimo la tregua nel partito laburista. Il tempo per Jeremy Corbyn di riaffermare il suo controllo sul partito grazie alla plebiscitaria vittoria nello scontro per la leadership con Owen Smith e la minoranza centrista è di nuovo in subbuglio. 576 more words


Smear we go again: 'soft-left' journos ignore Enoch open-goal for fact-free Corbyn attack

Smear we go again.

Since Jeremy Corbyn was first elected Labour leader just over a year ago, either the right-wing media or, worse, the right-wing ‘left’ have desperately flung mud at him in the hope that something might stick. 1,550 more words

Jeremy Corbyn: Record-Breaker

Often accused of “sounding like a broken-record,” Jeremy Corbyn spent 30 years championing the Left in Parliament. Trade unions. Socialism. Democracy.

But the truth is; far from being a broken-record: Jeremy Corbyn is a record- 567 more words

This Labour reshuffle is the triumph of the Islington set

The Labour Party continued its slide into electoral oblivion yesterday, as it increasingly adopts the character of a third-rate student union debating society. With yesterday’s… 539 more words

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