“Nobody has a right to tell us what we can and can’t have in our own room, we aren’t breaking any laws by having a life-sized Ed Miliband in there,” a Labour group leader said. H/T Worcester News.
From bacon sandwiches to Gareth, this year has had some particularly memorable highlights.
All these via The Best of Britain’s Political Cartoons 2014, edited by Tim Benson.
Ed Miliband is going to keep cutting public spending in an attempt to appear economically credible.
Great Grimsby has been a safe Labour seat for decades but UKIP now views it as its most favourable northern constituency. Next year all the parties have to convince voters that they can make a difference. And UKIP has to prove it won’t “mess things up”.
And Nick Clegg is at risk of losing his seat to Labour.
The Labour leader was asked: “What goes through your mind when you see a white van outside a house with an England flag?”
“Global economic clouds give us a second change to kill the myth that Labour created the recession,” according to Graham Allen MP.
KLASS WAR! Yes. Nailed it. Thanks.
In a Facebook Q&A, Miliband also said that his perfect Sunday would involve no work and spending time in the park with his family.
“Seriously guys, can I come in now?”
The Conservatives received nearly £7 million in donations between July and October.
Public support for the Labour leader is now at an all-time low.
Remember, whatever you choose will definitely happen.
“I don’t accept that this matter arises,” the Labour leader said.
Victory for Labour, disappointment for UKIP.
Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour party, taunted the prime minister by wearing it and sitting opposite him.
“The Scottish Labour Party is not an ice lolly so we’re not melting anywhere,” an MSP told BuzzFeed News.
None of the main UK parties have a female leader, unless you’re ITV News.
The shadow minister for education resigned from the position today over her party’s decision to support government air strikes against Iraq.
There are suggestions the government could launch air strikes as early as tonight.
A crucial vote is taking place in parliament today.
Everyone wants to know what he was eating.
“Ed, your agenda is a blueprint for what a more generous, prosperous, and fairer United Kingdom will look like,” de Blasio said.
The Labour leader’s walk through central Edinburgh was brief, but at least he bothered.
Could the party back direct British involvement in the region?
A truly touching message.
Early Ed Miliband is to the political right of early Tony Blair on a number of issues.