Iain Duncan Smith’s top special adviser has been awarded a peerage — on the same day that the DWP finally admitted that thousands of people have died shortly after being declared ‘fit for work’.
So David Cameron has awarded moat-cleaning-on-the-taxpayer Tory Douglas Hogg a peerage.
Britain’s oldest man, a ‘Mr Bum Fluff’, is set to vote in the Labour leadership election — if the party’s membership data is to be trusted.
Ex-Home Office minister denies using Ashley Madison website Account was registered from Parliament during late sitting Mother’s maiden name ‘matches answer to security question’ Login name is surname of female shadow minister Personal information linked to Tory MP Damian Green is present in the leaked Ashley Madison database, Political Scrapbook can exclusively reveal.
Scrapbook has crunched the public sector numbers from the extra-marital philandering website Ashley Madison.
An enraged Tory police commissioner grabbed a video camera at a public event — after being challenged over his broken promise to attend regular meetings with local residents.
DWP has been forced to withdraw a leaflet on benefit sanctions after comments from supposed claimants were revealed to be, errrr, made up and stuff.
A local Tory party deputy chairman posts an advert on W4MP hoping to enlist at least nine months of (free) help from a “volunteer campaign manager”. Those looking to take on this challenge will be subjected to a rigorous selection process:
Writing for ConservativeHome, Grant Shapps’ former top advisor seems keen for his old boss to take credit for the parts of the election campaign which worked, but strangely not for a new IT system which went into meltdown on polling day — leaving Tory activists across the country unable to print vital ‘get out the vote’ data.
With Labour recriminations already flying thick and fast today’s report from the Fabian Society trashing the election campaign inevitably upped the ante. Left-of-Miliband Diane Abbott vs Miliband aide turned candidate Polly Billington: