Complaints from broadcasters and the media about language are synthetic and hypocritical. The real issue is the delay of the general election – which is indefensible.
Posts Tagged: Jo Cox MP
Anna Firth: Local Government, not central Government, has the power and the tools to combat loneliness
In Sevenoaks, we are using public health funding to pay for advisors working in GP surgeries to help tackle the non-medical causes why people visit their doctor.
Politicians like Geert Wilders who want to ban the Quran and who treat all Muslims as “the enemy within” are doing ISIS’s work for them.
It is important to help families worried that a teenager is being indoctrinated by terrorists.
Sunder Katwala: There are big choices ahead on immigration – we need a national conversation about what to do
To restore trust on the issue requires both sides to balance the pressures and gains of immigration.
The Jo Cox Loneliness Commission seeks to change lives across the country.
There is a misunderstanding about Arron Banks’s claim that Brendan Cox has chosen “to massively politicise” the murder of his wife, Jo Cox.
The campaign against the paper is not so much about a headline last week, but about shifting the balance of media power to the left.
It’s hard to imagine Conservative MEPs behaving the same way – Charles Tannock, for example, clocking, say, Geoffrey Van Orden.
Peter Marshall: We should care not only about our country, but about the world it is part of. And vote to stay tomorrow
Brexit is unrivalled as a self-centred prescription.
What he said offers no guidance one way or the other and, since it was largely missed, it is worth reprinting.
Two roses marked her customary seat on the green benches as Members from all sides remembered their colleague.
He spoke of his friend, a “five-foot bundle of old-fashioned Yorkshire common sense.”
Andrew Kennedy: The ultimate victims of the hate, mania, bile, and poison spewed out at politicians are ordinary voters. Here’s why.
We hear the cry that “better people” should enter politics. But is it any wonder that many of the people we need decide it is not worth the sacrifice?
“We would be a progressive beacon to the world.”