Pro-Corbyn Websites Are Reconsidering Their Relationship With This Max Mosley-Backed Press Regulator
The likes of Skwawkbox and Evolve Politics are members of Impress, the press regulator funded by Max Mosley's family trust. Now that Labour says it will no longer accept donations from Mosley, some pro-Corbyn sites are reconsidering their membership.
The Conservative MP made a costly mistake when he alleged Jeremy Corbyn was paid by Czech spies – and accidentally set a new social media record.
The Daily Telegraph Says Jeremy Corbyn Is "Creepy" And Compared Him To "An Old-School Soviet Stooge"
The Labour leader had attacked Britain's right wing newspapers in a video on Tuesday, promising his followers "change is coming". Now they're going all in on him.
The party can't currently afford to pay its leader – and now has to pay a large legal bill after one of its MEPs libelled three Labour politicians.
The Government Has Spent £600,000 On An Online Extremism Detector, But No Major Websites Are Signed Up
Even the developers of the software admit it won't be deployed across Facebook, Twitter, or Google.
Daniel Kawczynski, a strong defender of Saudi Arabia, took the money from the organisers of a Qatari opposition conference, which he also spoke at. He told the audience he was only attending to learn more from the individuals taking part.
The tweet came minutes after Farage popped up on American TV.
One political strategist said: "It may just be that Facebook's way around all this is just 'pay us cash'."
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer will use a vote on Wednesday to compel ministers to release the economic projections leaked to BuzzFeed News.
Steve Baker was called to the House of Commons after the government's economic projections for Brexit were leaked to BuzzFeed News. He used the opportunity to criticise the accuracy of economic projections.
Corbyn has decided to donate the first edition copy of J.S. Mill's On Liberty to a library.
But the president won't get a full-blown state visit hosted by the Queen.
David Meller has stepped down from his job at the Department for Education.
The British government has denied that it failed in its duty of care towards a state scientist who was found stabbed to death after his research helped connect the Kremlin to a high-profile assassination on British soil.
The accusations were made against Kelvin Hopkins and Ivan Lewis.
A member of Britain’s House of Lords has accused the UK government of failing to protect a top nuclear scientist after BuzzFeed News revealed his death was a suspected Russian hit.
The prime minister asked Green to resign after a Cabinet Office inquiry concluded he had broken the ministerial code.