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June 23, 2018 7:51 AM 'Gordon Brown ROBBED my pension!' Alastair Campbell mocked by ANGRY audience member

ALASTAIR Campbell has to contend with an angry audience member who interrupted him to tell the journalist that Gordon Brown “robbed his pension”. He said: "Our net contribution to the European Union is about £8.5 billion a year - £600 million a week is over £30 billion a year. "We do expect that from the Foreign Secretary but why is the Prime Minister 23

June 22, 2018 3:14 PM Jeremy Corbyn: Delay Donald Trump's UK visit over child detentions

The Labour leader says he's proud to live in a multi-cultural society and Mr Trump needs to "get over it and start living in one". The Labour leader said he was proud to live in a multi-cultural society and Mr Trump needed to "get over it and start living in one". Speaking on a visit to a refugee camp in Amman, Jordan, Mr Corbyn told Sky News: "I didn't 35

June 14, 2018 12:11 AM PMQs: Corbyn's attempted cabinet jibe leaves front bench in fits

BORIS Johnson openly laughed in the Commons yesterday when Jeremy Corbyn attempted to mock him over his rift with Philip Hammond. The Foreign Secretary was sitting next to the Chancellor during Prime Minister’s Questions when the Labour leader launched a furious tirade about Cabinet splits over Brexit. Mr Corbyn seized on leaked remarks when Mr Johnson 43

June 7, 2018 12:05 AM Mary Wilson, widow of former Labour PM Harold Wilson, dies aged 102 after stroke

THE WIDOW of former Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson has died, age 102, in St Thomas’ Hospital, London, following a stroke. Lady Wilson of Rievaulx was the oldest surviving Prime Ministerial spouse. Current Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has paid tribute to the “wonderful poet”. He tweeted on Thursday morning: “Sad to hear of the death of Mary Wilson 57

June 1, 2018 3:03 PM Further Brexit pressure on Corbyn from MPs and left-wing allies

Backbenchers and a group of left-wing supporters are urging a rethink on Brexit to put pressure on the Labour leader. Eight Labour backbenchers, including four former shadow ministers, have signed an open letter calling for voters to be asked to choose between the final Brexit deal or remaining in the EU. Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable and the party's 33

May 17, 2018 5:06 PM Terror attack survivor attends memorial unveiling

THE Malton survivor of the Tunisian terrorist attack of 2015 has attended the unveiling of a permanent national memorial to British victims of overseas terrorism. Steve Walls, whose story featured in Thursday's Press, was among nearly 300 people at the ceremony at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, attended by Prince Charles and politicians 51

May 16, 2018 9:20 AM Why I’m treating Brexit as if it were an allotment border dispute, by Jeremy Corbyn

WHILST other people at least try to sort out this absolute shit show, I’m going to hide in my shed and busy myself with my seed library. Jacob Rees-Mogg is the type of man who would concrete over the whole allotment and build a block of luxury flats in its place, but at least he’s got an opinion. David Miliband is the part-timer who abandons his plot for years 40

May 13, 2018 6:45 AM 'Tessa Jowell's dignity and courage inspirational'

Tributes from across the political spectrum have poured in, including from former prime ministers Tony Blair and David Cameron. Baroness Jowell,70, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour in May last year, suffered a haemorrhage on Friday, and had been in a coma until her death on Saturday her family said. Sharing a photo of her with Baroness Jowell, the Prime 93

May 7, 2018 9:28 AM Lily Allen refuses to back down on her claims that more than 71 people died in the Grenfell fire as she reveals her biggest inspiration: herself

Lily Allen has refused to back down over her claims the death toll in the Grenfell Tower tragedy is larger than has been officially reported. The singer claimed in the aftermath of the West London fire last year that 'off-the-record' figures given to police and fire crews put the number of victims at around 150, much higher than the official 71. Asked 59

May 3, 2018 9:06 PM Local elections 2018 LIVE: Latest updates as voters head to the polls

Voters - and their dogs - hit the polls today in local elections across England. The vote will put Theresa May to her biggest electoral test since she lost her government majority last year. London is the major battleground after recent polls pointed towards a substantial swing to Labour. Jeremy Corbyn's party will be hoping to win control of Tower Hamlets 27 4