There was pressure on Labour yesterday over there relationship with the Co-Op after the former Chairman of the bank was found taking drugs. Ed Miliband and Ed Balls are having to explain their relationship with the Reverend Paul Flowers, who was Chairman of the Co-operative bank and who is now facing a variety of accusations […]
Category – Labour
From The Times.
There must be something in the air in Guildford. Those challenging the Tory MP seem to have been struck down with amnesia. Chris Ward is seeking selection as the Labour candidate for the Surrey seat. In pursuing the selection, he is pushing his record as a local councillor in Guildford, which is fair enough. What […]
Disclosures in the Sunday Times raise concerns about the election of Unite boss Len McCluskey. He might be on his best run of form since winning the Labour leadership, but questions over the Unite union and his handling of the Falkirk row continue to dog Ed Miliband. Today the Sunday Times reveals that Len McCluskey, […]
Just when it looked like maybe, just maybe, Labour had something to offer, they have gone and proved otherwise. The Labour party have released this pathetic attempt at a US style attack ad on YouTube, declaring, once again, that “you can’t trust David Cameron on the NHS”. I thought the NHS bill was a mistake […]
In the early hours of this morning, Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan tweeted this: Khan, the MP for Tooting in South London, was directly challenging Mayor of London Boris Johnson, on a key area of London policy. It is widely though that Khan wants to challenge for Johnson’s job come 2016. Looks like Sadiq […]
The Labour Party have just sent out an email attacking British Gas’ price hike, and have taken a rather novel approach. First they did this: Then this: This stole the show though: The Buzzfeedification of news is complete!
As police come under increasing pressure about that incident with Andrew Mitchell at the Downing Street gates… Stephen Tall and @stackee have found a mysteriously disappearing Labour party website. Where once this image proudly stood… …you now get a 404 ‘no page found’ error. Even after Michael Crick exposed doubt on the police allegations the site […]
Ed Balls http://t.co/NcwbpfEj2a #lab13 — The Labour Party (@UKLabour) September 23, 2013
The Lib Dems have often, rightly, been criticised for not being very female friendly, but male voices seem to be dominating the Labour fringe. Kirstin Hay has done some sterling stat crunching on LabourList, exposing the outrageously high number of all-male panels at this year’s Labour conference. There were 34 in total booked at the […]