Abby Tomlinson says vote for the Labour MP from the north west.
The frontrunner for Labour’s mayoral contest could be hit by a late influx of left-wing party supporters, and her rivals are getting excited.
One is attempting to be selected as the party’s candidate for mayor of London, while the other is the Labour leadership frontrunner.
“It was just so blank and earnest and humorous.”
Éoin Clarke is mocked and abused, but he’s incredibly successful at making pro-Labour messages go viral. What’s going on?
Can you do better than the current candidates? Probably, yes.
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The mayor of London spent hundreds of thousands of pounds buying water cannon to deploy at public order events in the capital. Now he’s been told he can’t use them.
Government plans to allow MPs a free vote on whether to relax the fox-hunting ban in England and Wales have been delayed after the SNP said it would vote against the changes.
Lord Dobbs tells BuzzFeed News how Margaret Thatcher caused him to write House of Cards, why he believes in a small government, and why Ed Miliband wouldn’t make a good lead character.
The chancellor has co-opted the language of an established policy to promote his pay increase for low workers.
Die 39% der Griechen, die in der Abstimmung über Austerität mit “Ja” stimmten, finden sich langsam mit der Niederlage ab. Sie glauben, die in Verruf geratenen Oppositions-Parteien sollten durch eine einzige pro-europäische Partei ersetzt werden.
The 39% of Greeks who voted “yes” in the referendum on austerity are coming to terms with defeat and feel the discredited opposition parties may need replacing with a single pro-EU movement.
Voters in central Athens told BuzzFeed News they saw the referendum result as a chance to restore national pride.
Greeks headed to the polls Sunday to vote on the terms of a potential bailout deal that may determine if they stay in the eurozone. But the overwhelming feeling on both sides of the vote is one of exhaustion.
Yanis Varoufakis said that he had been made aware of a “preference” among eurozone negotiators for his “absence” from future talks in a statement on his blog. On Sunday, Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected sweeping new austerity measures, which were being pushed as a requirement before Greece receives further bailout funds. BuzzFeed News reporter Jim Waterson is in Athens.
There’s a small cottage industry supplying the endless demonstrations as the country’s economy struggles.
PayPal, iCloud, and many online subscription services are now off limits due to laws banning the use of Greek credit cards to spend money outside the country.
Wenn Deine Nation eine wichtige Entscheidung treffen muss, wende Dich an Photoshop.
When your nation has a big decision to make, turn to Photoshop.