Last Sunday BBC North East and Cumbria covered Corbyn’s re-election and the cabinet reshuffle, and those MPs previously attacking Corbyn returning to shadow ministerial team. Myself (Ed Whitby) and Jane Byrne from Momentum Tyne and Wear were interviewed alongside local MPs including newly promoted Nick Brown MP (chief whip) 255 more words
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Amid the shouting and the booing, it was hard for Tom Cardwell to remember that everyone here—technically—was on the same side. Cardwell was in Liverpool in spring, listening to Louise Ellman, his Member of Parliament, speak about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 1,920 more words
The main story of yesterday’s by-election for David Cameron’s former Parliamentary seat in Witney has been an apparent Liberal Democrat surge. It was a good result, but it is one that should suprise nobody – because in recent months there has been a consistent pattern of strong Liberal Democrat results in areas where they are organised, like Central Cardiff and Sheffield. 765 more words
The husband of former MP Jo Cox has welcomed far-right candidates losing their deposits in the Batley and Spen by-election.
The vote was held to elect a successor to Mrs Cox, who died after being shot and stabbed in June. 244 more words
yesterday morning (thursday 20th), 12.09-12.10am, on bbc parliament tv
prime minister’s questions includes …
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“Oliver Dowden (Hertsmere) (C):
… does the Prime Minister also agree that we must ensure that all parties do not allow a situation to arise in which it appears that an environment is created where anti-Semitism is tolerated?