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Labour look like an army on the march to power but that is only inside the Brighton bubble

A sharp leader, more nimble on his feet, a record number of delegates, an enthusiasm and energy to win, Labour look like an army on the march to power after the opening of their conference. But that is only inside the Brighton bubble. Though it might be

Daily Record, today, 08:36
 

Jeremy Corbyn avoids awkward Brexit debate

Jeremy Corbyn avoided embarrassment at the Labour Party conference yesterday, Sky News reports, when his party decided not to hold a vote on its Brexit policy. While the Conservative Party never votes on policies at its annual conference, Labour traditio

The Week, today, 07:05
 
It's astonishing that we still don't know what Brexit will mean

It's astonishing that we still don't know what Brexit will mean

It’s conference season for political parties, which means journalists are traipsing around the UK from one conference centre to another. But the press pack would have been able to enjoy a bit of sun, not to mention good pizza, as they traipsed out to Ita

Daily Record, today, 06:36
 
Jeremy Corbyn urged by senior Labour figures to lead Brexit battle to stay in single market

Jeremy Corbyn urged by senior Labour figures to lead Brexit battle to stay in single market

Jeremy Corbyn is coming under increasing pressure to put Labour at the forefront of the campaign against a Tory hard Brexit. As the Labour leader received a rapturous reception from party members gathering in Brighton, he fended off demands from senior L

Daily Record, today, 06:36
 
Jeremy Corbyn under pressure over single market stance

Jeremy Corbyn under pressure over single market stance

Jeremy Corbyn faced a backlash from across his party at Labour conference for advocating a Brexit that leaves the UK outside the single market. The Brighton gathering was shaping up to be a celebratory one for the leader, who headed to the seaside town e

The Courier, yesterday, 19:08
 
Kezia Dugdale’s deputy ‘kept in the dark’ about her resignation

Kezia Dugdale’s deputy ‘kept in the dark’ about her resignation

Kezia Dugdale’s deputy found out about her resignation just minutes before it was announced, he has claimed. Alex Rowley, who is now in charge of Scottish Labour, was kept in the dark longer than several media outlets. In a BBC interview, the Fife MSP wa

The Courier, yesterday, 17:43
 
Andy Burnham: Labour conference is too London-centric

Andy Burnham: Labour conference is too London-centric

The Labour mayor of Greater Manchester has criticised his "London-centric" party for not giving its political leaders from the north of England speaking slots at conference. Andy Burnham said he was disappointed at the lack of...

BBC, yesterday, 15:23
 

Scottish Labour leadership hopeful Anas Sarwar gives up family business shares in bid to end row

Labour leadership hopeful Anas Sarwar yesterday tried to defuse the row over his family business by giving up his shares in the company. The announcement comes after the most bruising week of his political life, in which he has faced criticism over sendi

Daily Record, yesterday, 11:25
 

Scottish Labour leadership hopeful is still a farce to be reckoned with

In his attempt to win the Scottish Labour leadership, Anas Sarwar is beginning to resemble a wildebeest trying to take control of the Lion Party. We predicted here last week it would be messy . We said Sarwar’s opponents would be all over his decision to

Daily Record, yesterday, 07:54
 
We need to noise up the silent old duffers in the House of Lords: Lesley Roberts

We need to noise up the silent old duffers in the House of Lords: Lesley Roberts

There are many people in this world to whom I would happily pay money if they would just keep their darn mouths zipped. Not in a blackmail sense. I don’t need to buy their silence for fear of my deepest, most embarrassing or potentially indictable secret

Daily Record, yesterday, 06:54
 
That country just got nuked and nae tyrant leaves here until we find out what tyrant did it

That country just got nuked and nae tyrant leaves here until we find out what tyrant did it

We all have friends who make bad, destructive decisions without thinking through the consequences. The person who embarks on crazed, doomed relationship after crazed, doomed relationship. The one who will leap head-first into a swimming pool without chec

Daily Record, yesterday, 06:54
 
Labour promise free sanitary products for girls and women in bid to tackle 'period poverty'

Labour promise free sanitary products for girls and women in bid to tackle 'period poverty'

Providing free sanitary products to women and girls across Britain became official Labour Party policy yesterday. It was the latest step in the campaign to tackle period ­poverty. Labour will fund tampons in secondary schools, homeless shelters and food

Daily Record, yesterday, 06:54
 

Theresa May in £20billion 'peace offer' to EU with Brexit 'effectively not taking place' until 2021

Theresa May slammed the brakes on Brexit yesterday as she effectively admitted Britain would not quit the European Union until 2021. As fears grew that the leaving process could become never-ending, the Prime Minister unveiled plans for a two-year transi

Daily Record, Saturday, 15:14
 
We won't do any better while Theresa May remains Prime Minister

We won't do any better while Theresa May remains Prime Minister

Theresa May has managed to do something quite incredible. In one dreadful speech, the Prime Minister brought diehard Remainers together with Nigel Farage. With near-universal agreement, they all saw May’s Florence flop for what it was. Her Italian job am

Daily Record, Saturday, 10:31
 
Corbyn admits colleagues unhappy at 'restricted' conference speeches

Corbyn admits colleagues unhappy at 'restricted' conference speeches

Some shadow cabinet members are unhappy about not getting to speak from the main platform at the Labour conference in Brighton, Jeremy Corbyn has said. Asked why Manchester mayor Andy Burnham would not get a slot, the Labour leader said there was a need

BBC, Friday, 19:30
 


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