An excellent book about the Prime Minister has just been published. Unfortunately it is in German.
Posts Tagged: Ken Livingstone
If the Mayor is incapable of doing his job, the Government will have to call in the inspectors to take charge.
The Prime Minister is being urged to employ more women, but here is one who already makes it difficult for him to get away with sloppy thinking.
Alex Crowley: Why is a Conservative Government excluding two million microbusiness owners from financial support?
The Small Business Grant scheme should cover these businesses – and the furloughing plan allow sole company directors to work.
How the Conservatives are winning and Labour losing the working class – a pattern that the latter’s leadership candidates are set to repeat.
It is dawning on them that they may have underestimated him. Hence the newly hysterical note in their denunciations.
Johnson’s first biographer confesses to feelings of bemusement, even incredulity, at the recent turn of events.
Andrew Gimson’s leadership sketch: Johnson has a successful launch, but the feral beasts are not happy
He is doing well because managerialism and bureaucratic language are not enough.
This change would mean streamlined decision making. It would also allow greater devolution in areas such as policing and NHS primary care.
McDonnell’s new spinner wants voters to learn all about the time Livingstone sacked him for messing up London’s finances
He might need to read up on his new boss’s record a little more closely.
As he does it again, we run Mark Wallace’s tribute to the former London Mayor’s greatest hit(ler)s.
“There can be no place in our party for anyone with racist views…I don’t see why it takes so long.”
Berger on anti-semitism: “People have accused me of having two masters…that I am Tel Aviv’s servant…a paid-up Israeli operative.”
We reproduce the Labour MP’s full speech from yesterday’s Commons debate on the issue, in which she called on her party to expel Livingstone.
The failure to confront anti-semitism within the Labour Party has led to a total breakdown of trust.
The decision not to challenge the release of Worboys further erodes Tory credentials on law and order
Gauke should have fought and lost rather than not have fought at all. But the wider concern is that the “system” is on the side of the criminal rather than the victim.