Shazia Awan, a former Conservative candidate for constituency of Leigh, said she was switching to the Labour party after watching Zac Goldsmith’s “repulsive” campaign for Mayor.
The most clicked…
Nothing captures the candidacy of Zac Goldsmith better than this picture of him so desperate to look like a man-of-the-people that all you can is cringe.
It was published this morning after Zac went on a walkabout with Boris to try and inject some interest into his lacklustre campaign. Unsurprisingly, instant ridicule followed.
A poll by company Survation out this morning shows Sadiq Khan significantly ahead of Zac Goldsmith for the race to be Mayor of London.
A number of British Jewish voices came out in support of Naz Shah MP today after her apology and suspension yesterday from Labour.
Her former Facebook posts were widely criticised for their anti-semitic nature.
Before Ken Livingstone was suspended by the Labour party today, he spent a lot of time touring media studios, digging deeper and deeper with his comments.
Watching this happen in real time, despite the grave seriousness of what he was saying, a lot of Twitter users couldn’t help themselves.
The Daily Mail has an editorial comment article today calling on David Cameron to help child refugees. Yes, you read that right, the Daily Mail!
Imran Khan, the Pakistani political leader may be Zac Goldsmith’s ex-brother in law, but he has also been repeatedly endorsed by the Tory candidate for Mayor of London.
Now, more video interviews uncovered by this blog should raise big questions about Goldsmith’s judgement, and his apparent claims that rival Sadiq Khan was ‘giving cover to extremists’.
Zac Goldsmith endorsed and legitimised a man who has justified attacks on British troops and spouted common anti-semitic tropes about Israel.
Yvette Cooper MP stunned the House of Commons today with an impassioned plea calling on Cameron to take in child refugees, and accepting the Alf Dubs amendments.
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The Times newspaper was shamed into putting the Hillsborough verdict on its front page this morning after an online backlash that included its sister paper The Sun.