The party’s board has agreed to calls for an independent inquiry as pressure mounts on chair Lord Feldman to resign.
Andrew Fisher had been under investigation for telling Twitter users to back a Class War candidate rather than Labour at the general election.
“That’s the Mandelson timetable and that ought to be good enough for anybody,” the shadow international development secretary said in a radio interview.
Although the chancellor backtracked on plans to cut tax credits, many will simply suffer under universal credit instead.
The prime minister won vital backing from the Commons foreign affairs committee chair, Crispin Blunt, but many MPs were sceptical about claims over moderate fighters.
The prime minister made the announcement when pressed by Labour MP Tulip Siddiq.
The chancellor made the announcement during Wednesday’s Autumn Statement and Comprehensive Spending Review.
A centrist campaigning group has warned that the “hard left” is trying to take over local parties across the country.
Sir Richard Dannatt said “there are a lot of fit young men” trying to get out of Syria who should be sent into combat.
A left-wing member of the party’s executive committee said the code was a response to the “very damaging way in which social media is being used”, but critics said it would silence dissent.
The Conservatives decided “to spend less on some things like the welfare system and to spend more on things that really matter to keep our country safe”, Michael Fallon said.
There has been a spate of reported hate crimes following the terror attacks in the French capital last week.
Senior police officials have warned that cuts may leave the UK with insufficient defence in the case of a Paris-style attack.
“All tablets are equal but some tablets are more equal than others,” one Twitter user commented.
Tory-led Commons justice committee cited example of a woman who stole four Mars Bars worth 75p each and faced charge of £150 plus fines.
Sadiq Khan said successive British governments have given radicalisation room to “thrive” by allowing segregated communities to exist.
The British government has issued new guidance stating that individuals should run or hide, not play dead.
The peer announced he was withdrawing “in the interests of party unity” after Lib Dem leader Tim Farron called on him to quit.
“You will never have my hate,” Antoine Leiris wrote on Facebook.
French imams condemned plans by interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve to close down mosques where so-called hate speakers are invited.