The massive surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn will inevitably benefit Sadiq Khan, according to a rival.
“Threatening to punish people by cutting their benefits when they fail to do certain mandatory activities has a negative effect on people’s mental health,” one charity official said.
Politicians were quick to criticise The Spectator for publishing the piece, by columnist Charles Moore.
“Let us make it clear that Labour will never make the same mistake again, will never flout the United Nations and international law,” he said.
In an interview with Russia Today last year, the Labour leadership frontrunner urged a “political solution” for ISIS and likened their actions to those of US forces in 2004.
Dozens of Labour supporters claim that their applications to vote in the party’s leadership elections have been wrongfully rejected.
And he’s become 100% more attractive in the process.
“[I] have no wish to give any info which might lead to any of my votes [being] cancelled,” he told BuzzFeed News.
It was discovered that the DWP fabricated quotes of case studies in which people explained in a leaflet how sanctions – losses to their employment and support allowance – had actually benefited them. In comes Twitter.
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“I have been an MP for 14 years and am proud to say I have never broken a Labour whip,” Burnham said.
Certains politiques ou journaux n’hésitent pas à comparer les migrants de Calais à une horde menaçante et violente qui se faufile dans les camions pour rejoindre le Royaume-Uni. Qui sont ces gens, d’où viennent-ils et pourquoi ont-ils quitté leur pays? BuzzFeed News est allé à leur rencontre.
They’re making it clear they really don’t like the health secretary.
Their salary is going up to £74,000, from its current rate of £67,060. And no, they can’t reject it.
“If you want to do it, follow your dreams,” she said.
Khalid Mahmood promised BuzzFeed News that it was an accident.
You can now earn up to £7,500 a year from lodgers without paying income tax.
The coalition is definitely over.
But that’s exactly what chancellor George Osborne plans to announce in his budget tomorrow.