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Blame game starts early as Hartlepool election looms

Twitter spat between Femi and Owen Jones, shows that data can tell you anything you want it to.


Race report: see no evil hear no evil

LONDON <em>(Labour Buzz</em>) - The fact-checking organisation Full Fact is calling for government communications to serve the people rather than the narrow interests of politicians.

Race report: see no evil hear no evil

LONDON <em>(Labour Buzz</em>) - The fact-checking organisation Full Fact is calling for government communications to serve the people rather than the narrow interests of politicians.

Race report: see no evil hear no evil

The much-maligned racism report shows that the Tories see the civil service as nothing more than an extension of their PR department.

Blame game starts early as Hartlepool election looms

<p>WESTMINSTER <em>(Labour Buzz)</em> - Keir Starmer’s first big voting test getting near with next month’s Hartlepool by-election, and it’s not going well.

Blame game starts early as Hartlepool election looms

WESTMINSTER <em>(Labour Buzz)</em> - Keir Starmer’s first big voting test getting near with next month’s Hartlepool by-election, and it’s not going well.

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PMQs Verdict: Starmer Says the Conservatives ‘can’t be trusted’ on Defence

Starmer calls out Boris Johnson's broken promises in another heated round of PMQs.

PMQs Verdict: Starmer Urges Johnson to Protect Women, not Statues

In a fittingly downbeat session Kier Starmer attempting to focus Johnson’s mind on protecting women from rape rather than statues from paint.

How Rishi Sunak Caused the Second Wave

A new book shows the person most responsible for the second spike in infections, but it’s not the one you might think.

PMQs Verdict: Starmer Slams Johnson for Broken Promises to Nurses

Starmer drags Johnson over the coals over a pathetic pay rise for NHS nurses.

Why Everything you’ve Been Told About Public Finances is Wrong

Sunak’s budget is another roadmap to austerity and shows that he and other politicians still don’t understand how public finances work.

PMQs Starmer goes all in on Yemen

With thoughts and minds turning to the upcoming budget, Sir Keir Starmer focused all his fire on the current conflict in Yemen.

PMQs Verdict: Starmer and Johnson Clash on Tax

Next week’s budget and rising council taxes were top of the agenda in a testy Prime Minister’s Questions.

The Delay of the Forde Inquiry Raises Uncomfortable Questions

Almost a year has now gone by without allegations of abuse, racism and bullying of black female MPs being investigated.

MPs Push Starmer to Break Silence on Brexit

With more problems emerging by the day about Brexit Keir Starmer still seems reluctant to speak about the issue.

PMQs Verdict

A slow burn of a PMQs sees Starmer pushing Johnson on border controls and his painfully slow decision making.

Rachel Reeves Exposes £2 billion Spent on Crony Contracts

Labour goes after the government’s crony contracts as they ramp up the pressure on the government’s misuse of public funds.

Inauthentic, patronising and guaranteed to alienate everyone. Labour’s leaked strategy shows they don’t understand the basics of selling.

This week’s PMQs verdict sees Starmer probe away at the government’s failure to act on Grenfell and to secure our borders.

Local government is in the spotlight as Labour looks at how it can build from the grassroots on up.

The Tories seem to have regained their lead in the polls, despite, a record which would shame anyone. How will Labour interpret these figures?

This is going to be a great year for Britain, said Johnson as 2020 dawned. 100,000 deaths later he’s still looking for other people to blame.

With Starmer self-isolating it was a virtual leader of the opposition who took on the Prime Minister, but the result was more of the same.

Johnson harnesses the power of a broken record as he refuses to answer why he overruled his own Home Secretary on closing the borders.

In yet another new low for the Prime Minister, Johnson shamelessly tries to compare poverty campaigners to Capitol Hill rioters.

Despite multiple lockdown breaches, Boris Johnson’s dad has bypassed the wait for a second jab even as many others face delays.

With the government rumoured to be considering keeping schools closed, Labour has demanded the one thing Johnson refuses to give: clarity.

The SNP has said they will vote against the government’s free trade agreement with the EU. They raise questions about what Labour MPs should do.