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October 5, 2016 5:00 AM Here is how Theresa May will appeal for the support of 'working class' voters

Theresa May will use her flagship conference speech to argue Labour has no 'monopoly on compassion' Prime Minister Theresa May will deliver her flagship conference speech today with a bid for the support of “ordinary working-class people”. The Conservative leader will attempt to park her tanks on Labour’s lawn and claim the centre ground for her party 11

October 4, 2016 11:01 PM Theresa May to promise government for 'ordinary working class people' in speech to conference

The Prime Minister will dismiss Labour as 'sanctimonious' and the 'party of pointless protest' in her speech to conference Theresa May is to focus her sights firmly on working class voters in her closing Tory conference speech to delegates in Birmingham - dismissing Labour as ‘sanctimonious’ and ‘the party of pointless protest’. The Prime Minister will accuse 9

October 4, 2016 10:33 AM Jo Cox MP death: Murder accused Thomas Mair refuses to enter pleas

A man accused of killing the Labour MP Jo Cox refused to enter pleas as he appeared in court. Thomas Mair, 53, from Birstall, remained silent when asked to plead at the Old Bailey on four charges relating to Mrs Cox's death. Mrs Cox, 41, who was a married mother-of-two, was shot and stabbed in Birstall, West Yorkshire, in June. In the light of Mr Mair's 10

October 4, 2016 10:29 AM BREAKING NEWS: Judge enters 'not guilty' plea after man accused of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox refuses to speak at court hearing

The unemployed gardener accused of the terror-related killing of Labour MP Jo Cox has refused to enter a plea to her murder. Thomas Mair, 53, is accused of repeatedly stabbing the mother of two outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds, before shooting her in the head at point-blank range. Today, the defendant appeared via video link at the Old Bailey 10

October 3, 2016 6:22 PM Head out of the sand

In response to the Councillor Peter Price letter (Star, September 30) “David, what’s happened? The answer is that David Blunkett has taken his head out of the political sand, and voiced an opinion held by many members and supporters of the Labour Party, something which Peter, who is clearly pro – Jeremy Corbyn is reluctant to acknowledge. He lectures 10

October 3, 2016 12:22 PM 'It’s too late!’ LBC caller SLAMS Tories and Labour for FAILING Britain on immigration

A PASSIONATE LBC caller has slammed the Conservatives and Labour Party for the UK's immigration and housing failures suggesting that Ukip and “hard Brexit” are the solution. Speaking to Katie Hopkins, the lifelong Labour supporter said he would ditch his allegiance to vote Ukip if a snap election was called tomorrow. Hopkins was discussing who her listeners 9

October 3, 2016 11:44 AM Read Chancellor Philip Hammond's full speech to Conservative conference

Hammond said he will protest businesses from economic turbulence during Brexit negotiations. Chancellor Philip Hammond promised the government will protest UK businesses from economic turbulence during the country's Brexit negotiations with the EU, while "future-proofing the economy of post-Brexit Britain". It's a pleasure to be introduced by one of the stars 26

October 3, 2016 11:41 AM Looking for utopia with Jeremy Corbyn

AFTER a debilitating, year-long war over the soul of the Labour Party, many are asking if the victory of the hard left means that Britain is becoming a one-party state. And although Jeremy Corbyn has won his long and bruising leadership battle against Owen Smith, the party remains as divided as it was when Corbyn was first elected leader a year ago in the wake of the shattering 12

October 2, 2016 5:32 PM The new puritans: What Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have in common

In the end it made no difference, but during the EU referendum campaign Ruth Davidson achieved something that nobody else did: she made the case for Remain sound thrillingly righteous. In a live, televised BBC debate at Wembley Arena in London, she denounced the “lies” of the Leave campaign, turning to the crowd to declare, twice: “You deserve the truth 27 1

October 2, 2016 2:34 PM Crash the campaign bus: The Blairites’ plan B

THE TERM “Blairite” is often misapplied, leaving some centre-left Corbyn-sceptic MPs unfairly tarred by Tony’s toxic brush. Within Labour, it’s normally meant and taken as an insult, which is why the “B-word” has been banned along with “traitor” — using either online can see you summarily suspended. But there are some politicians who still wear this particular 13