At the launch of the Lambeth branch of the Corbynite faction, activists, audience members and the Shadow Chancellor made their intentions very clear.
Posts Tagged: Simon Danczuk MP
Chris Grayling MP: The contrast between a purposeful Government and a chaotic Opposition becomes ever more stark
The ideology that now lies at the heart of Labour would be deeply damaging to this country – it must be defeated.
Those prepared to stand up to “arbitrary authority or witless mass opinion” enrich public life, and we should celebrate them.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Cameron has his best day by making Miliband look like a poodle who wants to raise taxes
The Prime Minister raised Tory morale by demonstrating his formidable abilities as a campaigner, and by showing that he will not behave like a Crosby-controlled robot.
Plus: Miliband’s dire speech. My IDS agony. Lip-synching in German while having 100 red balloons poured over my head. And: Where to find me in Birmingham.
The MP also urges that any surviving Cabinet minister who committed child sex abuse must be brought to justice.
Profile: Simon Danczuk, the tough Rochdale MP unafraid to ask the difficult questions on child sex abuse
If Labour had more MPs as bold as he is, the Tories would find themselves in a very much weaker position.
The Home Secretary’s statement to the Commons assuaged those who were demanding more from the Government. Questions remain, however.
Ed Miliband made more of a mess of the council elections than he made of that bacon sandwich.
Iain Dale: Sarah Wollaston wants to know what others would have done about Nigel Evans. Here’s my answer.
Plus: Nigel and the whips. Why Peter Oborne believes that I am Nostradamus. Lord Steel must have heard the Cyril Smith rumours. And: Two Thatchers & Two Queens.