Corbyn has retreated on NATO and the EU, been slapped down on Trident, and now his Shadow Chancellor has delivered a speech the old leadership could have written.
Posts Tagged: The Guardian
“We accept that drugs are risky, but there are lots of things in society that are risky… but we don’t stop people doing those. We let people make informed decisions.”
From Reggie to Dessie: “She covered her face, not her privates – the former being more recognisable nationally.”
In which a Minister of State at the Department International Development wobbles past on a bicycle sporting only a panama hat in Yeomanry colours.
Nigel Dodds’ latter-day conversion to the legitimacy of the SNP coincides with a threat to the influence of DUP MPs.
It’s front page story exactly a week ago misrepresented an Office of Budget Responsibility report. (P.S: The OBR isn’t doing too well itself either.)
As the election looms, the papers are shifting back to their political comfort zones. But the consensus is that Osborne has drawn some of the sting from Miliband’s attack.
Despite all the myths that have built up around it, the first person to coin the phrase ‘Thatcherism’ on the record was most likely the Lady herself.
Today’s papers demonstrate how the Conservative press pack has shifted into campaign mode and marked their target: Labour.
Rob Ford predicts that, although she can’t offer many direct challenges, Natalie Bennett can still make life difficult for Miliband.
Plus: Farage knifes Hamilton. Hopeless Miliband. Useless Clegg. Truth from Phibbs. Katz among the pigeons. And: I’m forever, forever, forever blowing bubbles.
Also: Miliband plays with Farage and plays with fire. The unGreen BBC. Jonathan Jones is a twat. Two new Biteback books. Plus: Guido’s Iranian payments to friends of Israel.
Plus: Bad Suarez. Useless Obama. Kinnock, the new Miliband. And: Make the most of your mother while you still have time.
My home area’s furious response to left-wing slander shows the red rosettes are flimsier than they might seem.
“An irresponsible and foolish article…So much of it was wrong…A dreadful, lazy comparison…It violates the region.”
The left-wing campaign group has denied Labour the initiative on a host of issues.