by Lamiat Sabin
Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during the debate for the government no confidence motion in the House of Commons today
JEREMY CORBYN drove a stake into the heart of the “zombie” Tory government today, declaring that Prime Minister Theresa May’s “Frankenstein deal” was now “officially dead.”
He said the PM should do “the right thing” and resign after losing both “confidence and supply” in Parliament and let the people of Britain decide on the way ahead with a general election.Read More »
by Peter Lazenby
Theresa May during a press conference after the weekend’s strikes against Syria
LABOUR demanded the introduction of a “War Powers Act” today to force a parliamentary vote before military actions are launched, as the row over Theresa May’s illegal bombing of Syria continued to escalate.Read More »
by John Ellison
OFF the front pages in the more serious newspapers, and off and on since the beginning of the year, we have been given a series of signals that another financial catastrophe may be not far away.
An expected downturn in Britain’s economy — and for Britain’s people — according to the Observer’s business editorial on January 1, was staved off last year.
Though 2016 began with a rout on world markets, it closed with US and British stock markets touching record highs.Read More »