The statistics led the Victims’ Commissioner to say we are effectively witnessing “the de-criminalisation of rape”.
Posts Tagged: Keir Starmer
“Millions of [people] are going to be pinged this summer”, warns the Labour leader.
“Millions of people made huge and very difficult sacrifices to follow the rules that his Health Secretary had introduced”, warns Starmer.
Iain Dale: Starmer is right to appoint one of Blair’s former advisers. But if other MPs can’t see that, Labour are doomed.
Plus: I’ll admit that I didn’t see the Lib Dem victory coming. And: So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye.
The Prime Minister’s response while Starmer grilled him on rape prosecutions has caused controversy.
WATCH: PMQs. Johnson – “Thanks to the vaccine roll out…we’re seeing a shot in the arm for business”.
Starmer “would have stopped” vaccine success “by keeping us in the European medicines agency”, says the PM.
Starmer’s interview. The Labour leader showed his real self, and ideological inclinations – but will it boost the party’s success?
You could call the Labour’s leader’s appearance either brave, or the act of a man who has nothing to lose.
I really worry when so many in our party and in the media think that is all over for the centre-left.
Eamonn Butler: The Government wants to build back better. It might want to sort out its enormous tax burden first.
Sunak & Co show no sign of setting their sights on getting it down.
It’s given a series of mixed messages over what this means for people who want to go abroad – with troublesome results.
Last year, ConservativeHome was delighted to have her on our panel about the Red Wall and social care. Here’s some of what she said.
Daniel Hannan: Super Thursday’s results weren’t a victory for conservatism, but for our leader: Brexity Jezza
With economics, sleaze and environmentalism off the table, Labour is only left with the culture wars to fight the Tories on.
“It’s a collective effort and we’ve all got to collectively pull this Labour Party together” , says the Scottish labour leader.
WATCH: “The very day we’re actually recovering a bit and having successes… they do this” – McDonnell on the sacking of Rayner
“What public relations genius thought this was a good move?” The former shadow chancellor asks.
The Labour frontbencher adds that Starmer sacking Rayner was not a “unifying thing” to do.