So it was the big day for Welfare Reform Bill, with plans of cutting benefit to disabled children, cancer patients and families living in adequate accommodation. Labour had a big chance to show whose side they were on and… well read it for yourself.
Farrely (Lab): You are cutting front line officers. Stop that shit
PM: Labour […]
Wednesday 25th January 2012 was a momentous day; the first year anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution celebrated with protests and demonstrations, Peter Tatchell turned 60, Bob Crow finally got to complain about the press and Ed Miliband appeared to have a good Prime Minister’s Questions.
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It was the first PMQs of 2012, and Ed Miliband didn’t appear to have much of a comforting break. PerceivedÂ harsh criticisms from his guru, Lord Glasman, tepid polling, shortly followed byÂ his embarrassing blackbusters’ gaffe. David Cameron meanwhile has postured on executive pay, made some potentially counterproductive interventions on the future referendum on Scottish independence. Also […]Read more →
After 139 people were arrested last Saturday, the Congolese peoples in London are out on the streets again on Wednesday morning.
Meet Wed 14th December 11am at the DR of Congo Embassy,
March to DOWNING STREET SW1.
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Ever thought, what happens in parliament and what Prime Minister’s Questions is all about? Me too, so here it is in condensed form.Â This week, the controversial Merkozy plans means Europe is on the agenda.
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This is our semi-regular account of Prime Minister’s Questions, each PMQ exchange has been condensed into less than 140 characters.
Though it is based on what was said,Â it isn’t a literal document so don’t sue us.
When upwards of 2 million public sector workers were on strike, hundreds of thousands of people were marching across the country […]
Look! I made an edible protest sign for the Fawcett Society Don’t Turn Back Time march and rallyÂ on Saturday! It was pretty blimmin’ laborious, but I reckon it’s going to complement my 50s get up for the occasion perfectly! Come if you can, and tell David Cameron that we won’t go backwards on women’s equality! […]Read more →
So as construction workers blocked roads in the City of London, students assembled for 10,000+ strong demonstration against the education fees and cuts… our rulers and would be counterparts held their weekly debate. Here is our translation for your reading pleasure…
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On Friday 12th August, three days after the England riots had come to an end, the Conservative Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles declared on the BBC that “looters should be evicted”. David Cameron later that day, had given his “full backing” for councils toÂ evict entire families. Wandsworth Council had already served an eviction notice on Wednesday […]Read more →
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