“Bernie’s main platform is almost identical to the Green party’s,” Larry Sanders said.
The UKIP leader made the remarks at an event in Westminster.
Labour’s shadow defence secretary was told by Churchill’s grandson that her invitation to discuss policy was going in the bin and that his insight “was too robust for her delicate sensibilities”.
“It’s quite depressing how many men are making light of domestic violence,” Chris Bryant said.
A Lib Dem spokesperson accused UKIP’s TV advert raising concerns about Turkey joining the EU of “demonising an entire country and all its people”.
Labour MP Chi Onwurah called him “an attention-seeker so insecure about his masculinity that he goes to these lengths to augment the size of his, ahem, following”.
“Why does Twitter think its legal team supersedes the home secretary and the judicial commissioner?” asked Victoria Atkins.
SNP MP Mhairi Black said that 80% of those who don’t make sufficient national insurance contributions to receive the full pension are women.
A row took place on Thursday night between the Harry Potter author and a Scottish MP.
Here is a growing list of everything the justice secretary thinks his predecessor got wrong.
When Muslim immigrants apply to become citizens, they often find the process delayed for years without explanation. Then, when they are at wit’s end, they get a visit from the FBI, with an offer they don’t dare refuse.
The general secretary of Unite was joined by two Labour MPs on a fact-finding mission amid claims migrant workers are being mistreated.
The former prime minister also admitted that he was “worried” about the upcoming referendum on Europe.
Exclusive: A coalition of phone companies, including Orange, are resisting a bid by the government of Guinea to hand over their customers’ data.
The party could receive a fine for failing to submit the receipts of the giant monolith to the independent regulator on time.
Well, this isn’t at all embarrassing.
“This is a comedy with more twists and turns than a Jeremy Corbyn reshuffle, albeit much shorter.”
The proposals would do little to combat extremism and would undermine the good work of faith communities, said Gavin Robinson MP.
Labour failed in a last-ditch attempt Tuesday to halt Conservative plans to do away with the grants.
Data shows that in addition to alcohol being confiscated at alarming rates, mobile phones, and SIM cards are also being retrieved in record numbers.