Kelvin Hopkins’ belated suspension contrasts with the treatment of Simon Danczuk over very similar claims.
Posts Tagged: Labour failure
Corbyn isn’t some misguided but well-meaning old man, but a deeply committed socialist intent on crashing our economy.
Nadhim Zahawi: Labour MPs know that Corbyn is weak on defence, Trident and our enemies. So how on earth can they support him?
Many have already described why he is unfit for the job. Indeed, many have tried to remove him. Their support now is a joke, a delusion, a denial of reality.
Andy Street: Next Thursday, we can make history here in the West Midlands. This is your chance to be part of it.
It’s about leadership; it’s about making a success of Brexit, and it’s about ending that litany of Labour failure.
Politicians and advisers can’t decide which pictures newspapers will use, but careful ones will limit their ability to make mischief.
ITV: “Have you at any point this morning looked in the mirror and asked yourself this question – could the problem actually be me?” Corbyn: “No.”
Ministers and their advisers can actually focus on their executive function, rather than incessant communication and rebuttal.
The script of her speech has been leaked to me from a parallel universe.
But I meet new friends from Alabama who tell me that everything’s going to be beautiful.
The Prime Minister can afford to play down ideology, safe in the knowledge that the contrast with the Opposition is greatly in her favour.
This will be a challenging by-election, but only the Conservatives will stand up for Cumbria’s vital nuclear energy industry.
The by-election is a huge opportunity for our party. We should select someone equipped to pick up crucial votes from Labour and UKIP.
There’s a whiff of the apocalypse in reports from Labour’s karaoke party on Tuesday night. Are old songs all the moderates can offer?
I wanted a properly socialist party. Then I got one.
If the former Prime Minister thinks it so important that voters have space to reflect and reconsider, why did he not fight for a less punishing exit mechanism in 2007?