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  • Comment Europe Featured Kate Hoey: If Jeremy were true to his Brexit instinct, we could be 10 points ahead in the polls

    Kate Hoey: If Jeremy were true to his Brexit instinct, we could be 10 points ahead in the polls

    Below is the full text of Kate Hoey’s speech to a Leave Means Leave rally on Friday 14th December. It is wonderful to be on a cross-party platform tonight in London. The capital city of our great country: the HQ of the organisers of those in big business, the media ex-Prime Ministers doing everything they can to thwart the view of the British people made in a referendum and supported by an overwhelming vote in parliament. I see Tony Blair is […]

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  • Comment Featured “There can be no further attempts to dodge accountability to parliament” – Corbyn’s latest Brexit response

    “There can be no further attempts to dodge accountability to parliament” – Corbyn’s latest Brexit response

    Below is the full text of Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the Prime Minister’s latest Brexit statement. Mr Speaker, I thank the Prime Minister for the advance copy of her statement. On Ukraine, as NATO has said, we need both sides to show restraint and de-escalate with international law adhered to  including Russia allowing unhindered access to Ukraine’s ports on the sea of Azov. We face an unprecedented situation, the Prime Minister has led us into a national crisis. And if […]

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  • Featured News What just happened with Labour’s confidence vote threat?

    What just happened with Labour’s confidence vote threat?

    This afternoon, Labour briefed to journalists that the party would table a motion of censure against the Prime Minister if she did not confirm the date of the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal. It was duly reported in the lead-up to Theresa May’s latest Brexit statement that Jeremy Corbyn would threaten a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister in his response. Corbyn was expected to say: “If the Prime Minister does not announce the date for the […]

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  • Comment Featured LGBT Labour West Midlands: We’re back!

    LGBT Labour West Midlands: We’re back!

    LGBT Labour’s branch in the West Midlands has recently elected a regional executive board to take the lead on promoting the party’s national agenda on a local level. Our vision is to create a democratic, campaigning group that brings together unrepresented minority groups with a shared vision to make a Labour government a reality. By drawing on our experienced activists and bringing new people into our movement, we want to make our region a better place to be LGBT+. We’re proud […]

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  • Comment Europe Featured Neal Lawson: Why I’m calling for a Brexit citizens’ assembly

    Neal Lawson: Why I’m calling for a Brexit citizens’ assembly

    Labour is deeply divided over Brexit. The spilt is both ideological and electoral. There seems little point pretending that the dominant view of the leadership isn’t Eurosceptic and at odds with the vast bulk of the membership. Meanwhile the division across our voting base is real and gaping – we are horribly spilt between Remainers in the cities and Leavers in the towns and industrial heartlands. And we know that attitudes to Brexit are now more salient than party allegiance. […]

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