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But with supreme self-belief and unloved by Labour MPs, he could be our Kevin Rudd Some things are immediately obvious, like which is the faster boat. When I watched the contenders on television last weekend the likely winner was clear at the first
During a career lasting more than half a century, and above all at the Daily Mirror in the 1970s and 1980s, he not only reported on the upheavals of British industrial relations in general, but also witnessed radical changes in his own industry.
One of the last debates held in the Commons before the summer recess was about the spread of zero hours contracts, under which the worker is on call but is guaranteed no minimum hours or minimum pay. It was a one-sided affair, because every speaker
Iain Duncan Smith, the Work and Pensions Secretary, was accused of a cover-up today over the failings of his flagship universal credit scheme to streamline the benefits system. Labour seized on a damning report by the Government's auditors as
Auckland [ change ] Rain Max 16° Min 6° Labour wannabes fashionably late Sophia Duckor-Jones, Newstalk ZB September 4, 2013, 8:57 pm A bit of a late start to the labour leader meeting in Tauranga , with David Cunliffe and Shane Jones turning up
MP calls for more scrutiny of lobbying bill 4 September 2013 Last updated at 09:34 The chair of a cross-party committee of MPs has criticised what he saw as a lack of advance scrutiny of the government's Lobbying Bill. Labour MP Graham Allen told MPs
3 September 2013 57 View comments Furious: Michael Gove, pictured entering Number 10 today, stepped up his criticism of Labour MPs in the wake of last week's Syria vote Michael Gove today accused Labour MPs of behaving like fans at a football match'
Of all those MPs dismayed at the outcome of last Thursday's parliamentary vote on Syria, it was Michael Gove who reacted most vehemently. The Education Secretary shouted , "A disgrace, you're a disgrace!", at Conservative and Lib Dem rebels and
The Telegraaf says MPs who oppose government plans to make it a criminal offence to live in the Netherlands without proper papers are being confronted with recordings made of their earlier support for the plan. Six oppononents of the illegal
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 16° Min 10° Labour MP's expect demotion for backing the wrong leader Katie Bradford-Crozier, Newstalk ZB August 28, 2013, 5:54 am Some Labour MPs are clearly expecting to be demoted if their preferred leadership