There have been some shocking cases of personal abuse. Bullying must not be allowed to triumph.
Posts Tagged: Mary Creagh MP
If there is a Commons vote on Syria, the willingness of Labour rebels to support action could make all the difference
In 2013, Conservative rebels joined with Labour to sink Cameron’s plan. Might the reverse happen five years later?
The Tory general election campaign was far too cautious. We need to become an irreverent, confident and bullish force.
ConHome apologises to her for any damage caused.
Anthony Calvert: My opponent, Mary Creagh. A symbol of the damage that political correctness has wreaked on Labour
Twenty years at Harriet Harman’s high altar of all women shortlists and selection quotas are duly delivering their reward – for the Conservatives.
Plus: Ivan Massow – a joke. Greenhalgh and Boff – no charisma. Tulip Siddiq and Stephen Kinnock – impressive. And: Ben Harris-Quinney (for it is he)
Where were they to condemn these bad ideas before May?
Dividing lines were one of Brown’s weapons. The Chancellor is turning them against Labour with a vengeance.
He has been exposed “to the added level of pressure that comes with being a leadership candidate. I have not found it to be a comfortable experience.”
The average member of Miliband’s team has spent just four and a half years working in the private sector. A quarter have no private sector experience at all.
Plus: Pipe down, John Mann. Pipe down, Justin Tomlinson. Why I love Paris. Why France hates Hollande. Teflon Theresa May. And: Why Labour doesn’t rate Miliband.
The failure of Yvette Cooper and Tristram Hunt in the Commons yesterday was a symptom of a bigger Opposition problem.
Indecision on HS2. Blather over Heathrow. All Labour seems certain of is that Thomas the Tank Engine is sexist.
Thomas the Tank Engine is only the start of our problems.
Andrew Bridgen MP: I said Labour would U-turn on HS2. And I was right. We should drop the scheme before it’s too late.
Labour will provide enough time to commit us – and then Balls will spring £50 billion of spending pledges from the saving of cancelling HS2.