Labour Party

Brief News, News In Brief, Politicoscope, Politicoscope News In Brief

Andrew Gwynne, who is Labour Party’s policy chief for communities and local government said: “We will be using whatever mechanisms we have at our disposal next week to try and force the government to bring forward that deal for a vote before Christmas.” Here's The Full Story…

Theresa May - Jeremy Corbyn - UK Politics Today

“The legal summary document is worse than we feared: the backstop customs union is indefinite, the UK would be a rule taker and the European Court (of Justice) is in charge of our destiny, rather than the sovereign UK parliament,” former Brexit minister David Davis said. “This is not Brexit.”Here's The Full Story…

Lloyd Russell-Moyle - UK Politics

Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, speaking in the House of Commons, said: “I am an HIV-positive man, but because I’ve been taking the right medication for several years, I am what the NHS calls HIV-positive ‘undetectable’. Next year I’ll be marking an anniversary of my own: 10 years since I became HIV positive.”Here's The Full Story…

Tony Blair - UK Politics Headline News Today

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Thursday he would advise Labour Party lawmakers to vote down a Brexit divorce deal that Theresa May is trying to clinch with the European Union.

“My view is this only happens if there is blockage in parliament. But if there is blockage in parliament it is a very simple argument. You say look we have been two and a bit years trying to reach an agreement that works, parliament is blocked.” Here's The Full Story…

Theresa May - UK POLITICS NEWS

With just over six months until Britain leaves the European Union, Theresa May has yet to reach a deal with Brussels on the terms of the divorce, and her plan for future trade ties has been rebuffed by both the EU and many lawmakers in her own party. Keir Starmer said: “Everybody recognises the talks are going badly and it looks as though we’re heading for a bad deal or even no deal. We, the Labour Party, are going to vote down a bad deal or we’re going to vote down no deal because that is not good for our country nor is it what people voted for.” Here's The Full Story…

Theresa May - UK POLITICS NEWS

“If we come out of conference with her hoping to get Chequers through on the back of Labour votes, I think the EU negotiators would probably understand that if that were done, the Tory party would suffer the catastrophic split which thus far we have managed to avoid,” Steve Baker, a former junior Brexit minister was quoted as saying. Here's The Full Story…

Jeremy Corbyn - UK Politics News Headlines

The code of conduct makes clear that even “contentious” comments “will not be treated as anti-Semitism unless accompanied by specific anti-Semitic content… or by any other evidence of anti-Semitic intent”.

It says: “The party will encourage considered and respectful debate on these difficult topics, but will not tolerate name-calling and abuse.”Here's The Full Story…