If the jury is still out on a whipped Syria vote, there can be little doubt in the outcome of Labour’s survey on the issue — which has seen a whopping 15,000 engagements on social media drive a reported 70,000 responses:
FORMAL STATEMENT TO FOLLOW LATER THIS AFTERNOON QUESTIONS NOW RAISED OVER ROLE OF HIS CO-CHAIRMAN LORD FELDMAN The Sunday front pages will be worth looking out for.
Revelations that embattled MP Natalie McGarry transferred a ‘four-figure cash sum’ in an effort to resolve the issue of funds ‘missing’ from a campaign group she co-founded are set to open up a whole new can of worms for the Scots nationalist — who has already made herself available for interview by police.
With his U-turn on tax credits this week, George Osborne is more reliant than ever on the beleaguered Universal Credit project to deliver £12 billion in cuts to welfare.
Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell quoting Chairman Mao during his reply to Osborne’s spending review (and the Tory front bench reaction) has been all over the front pages today. But this is not the first time the Chinese communist leader has been referenced in a House of Commons budget debate.
Inflicting a massive blow on his own authority, Osborne says he’s not going to implement his tax credit cut proposals:
The UK’s advertising regulator has banned an advert from an anti-Muslim group after it appealed for donations to fund work work on the borders of the EU which … errrrr … didn’t seem to be happening.
A PayPal login at the centre of a scandal over £30,000 in ‘missing donations’ was linked to the bank account of a nationalist MP, it has been revealed.
This must be the first time an MP has been promoted days after confessing to an affair with a young activist. Here’s the Twitter of minister Rob Halfon — who suddenly finds himself in the cabinet:
A Nationalist MP linked to a police investigation over £30,000 in missing campaign funds attempted to blame terrorism for her disappearance from Twitter shortly before the scandal broke.