Corbyn faces furious backlash from staff over handling of anti-Semitism doc

Labour's leadership is facing a furious backlash from the party’s own staff over its treatment of staff over the anti-Semitism crisis. More than 200 current and former party workers signed a stinging letter calling on Jeremy Corbyn to “own” the “moral responsibility for Labour ’s anti-Semitism crisis”  or “give it away to someone who will.” Last week’s programme included claims […]

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Nigel Farage chickens out of live TV debate with Change UK’s Heidi Allen

Nigel Farage has chickened out of a head-to-head TV debate with Change UK leader Heidi Allen. The Brexit Party leader refused the challenge last night, just days after suffering an on-air meltdown over his views on privatising the NHS and relaxing gun laws. Ms Allen challenged the ex-Ukipper in a party election broadcast, launched on Monday night ahead of next […]

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Radical plan to ban water firm shareholders from creaming off huge dividends

Water firm shareholders should get no dividends for two years, with the industry forced to tackle leakage, campaigners say. The radical plan could help cut the 3,183 million litres lost per day, claims Co-operative Party chair­­man Gareth Thomas. It follows an Environment Agency warning that customers face the “jaws of death” as England will have too little water for its […]

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PMQs erupts as Corbyn savages council cuts – ‘George Orwell would’ve been proud’

Jeremy Corbyn launched a furious attack today on Tory council cuts declaring: "George Orwell would have been proud". Labour's leader quoted the writer – who invented words like "doublespeak" to describe government spin – as he warned a new so-called "fairer" funding model could decimate town halls in poor areas. The method for handing councils government cash is changing to […]

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