Jeremy Corbyn has been forced to look for a new shadow attorney general — just hours after telling the Today programme Labour was “moving on” from his reshuffle.
While the parliamentary Labour Party’s current woes are undeniable, giddy Tory MPs seem to be losing perspective on matters outside the Westminster bubble — i.e. that much of the North of England was recently under water.
The gloves are off in the West Oldham by-election if UKIP’s latest leaflet is anything to go by.
This morning the Daily Mail claimed that while being sworn in as a member of the Privy Council, Jeremy Corbyn did kneel before the Queen:
The arch-Thatcherite leading attacks on Jeremy Corbyn for ‘failing to bow enough’ at the Cenotaph yesterday previously complained about elderly army veterans ‘taking up park benches’ in his town — and even defended a fellow Tory MP who bought a Nazi uniform.
Tory Michael Fabricant — who likes to describe himself as “MP dude” — looks to have been whingeing that Jeremy Corbyn reading out questions from real people during Prime Minister’s Questions takes too long:
Touching scenes from the Labour Party conference platform, as Jeremy Corbyn and shadow chancellor John McDonnell personally free a conference delegate — former Falmouth and Camborne MP Candy Atherton — after her electric wheelchair had lodged itself on AV equipment.
A top adviser at London City Hall is set to take a huge pay cut to come and work for Jeremy Corbyn. Neale Coleman is to quit his £148,000 Olympic legacy tsar post — carrying a salary nearly £5,000 more than the prime minister — to become the Labour leader’s ‘director of policy and rebuttal’.
Under fire for his failure to appoint a single woman to the top shadow cabinet roles, Jeremy Corbyn’s team pledged just before 1am this morning that the new Labour leader’s top team would boast a female majority:
Part-time London mayor Boris Johnson tries his hand at climate science in his latest Telegraph column: “I am starting to think this series of winters is not a coincidence … By my calculations, this is now the fifth year in a row that we have had an unusual amount of snow.” Perhaps we should introduce Boris the […]