Len McCluskey sent a “personal message of support” to a rally in support of the corrupt former Mayor.
Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband MP
Listen out for the murmur of disbelief from the Question Time audience.
The Prime Minister brandished that Liam Byrne note. Miliband’s weaknesses on the economy and the SNP showed up. But more floaters broke for Clegg than for either.
Plus: The CCHQ charm school. Disgraceful Livingstone. Untruthful Clegg. Nasty Russell Brand. Where I’ll be on election night. And: Advice to candidates for the count.
Stephen Crabb MP: Our values are at the heart of our Conservative campaign here in Wales – perhaps more so than in England
Written deep in the Welsh psyche is a strong sense of social justice which existed long before socialism. Welsh Conservatives campaign with a sense of it too.
Even if Cameron has given a little glimpse of his inner Netanyahu, Miliband displays all the pragmatism of Salvador Allende.
Plus: This week’s focus groups in Glasgow, Paisley and Edinburgh; and who would play whom in Nicola Sturgeon: The Movie?
The Union’s election postcard reads like a Labour/SNP press release. And we have an appearance from Sam West (Alleyn’s, Lady Margaret Hall Oxford, Socialist Alliance).
Based on recent polls and allowing for a bit of slippage here and there, here’s the worst that could happen.
It was Boris versus Miliband on the Marr Show this morning.
David Jones MP: In any post-election Coalition negotiations, the Right’s voice must be heard. Send for IDS and Grayling.
The former Welsh Secretary says that Cameron must include a broader group of people in any talks this time round – including Iain Duncan Smith and Chris Grayling.
She’s gone – and, if has a shred of parliamentary integrity, Bercow must accept full responsibility for his choice.
A Labour vote will, counter intuitively, not secure the UK’s place in the EU – in fact quite the opposite.
The Tories are losing this campaign. Sir Anthony Garner’s memorial service. Mrs Keith Simpson trashes my property rights. And: Boris is on all fours with Theresa May
Labour’s economic policies, which are based on dogma rather than evidence or good sense, would be hugely damaging.