Refugees are and should be welcome in the UK and other EU countries. They deserve better than this frankly appalling treatment. They're not trying to 'scrounge' from us. They're not just a 'bunch of migrants', like David Cameron said last week. They're people. It's time that they're given the help that they so desperately need.
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour MP critics must not deliberatly move against him should he be elected party leader on Saturday, Diane
What makes them 'anti-police' (apparently) is that they challenge the misuse of those powers, sometimes emotionally, sometimes robustly, often persistently because they see that things haven't changed or they're not changing quickly enough. They're not waiting 30 years, they're raising it now, because it is happening now. If that's what makes someone anti-police then I, like 'them', am guilty as charged.
Nearly half of Labour MPs would prefer Ed Miliband pursued council tax reforms instead of his flagship mansion tax proposal
Former Labour leadership candidate Diane Abbott has warned Ed Miliband he will be a one term prime minister if he largely
Portraits of politicians including Iain Duncan Smith, Diane Abbott and Ken Clarke have cost the taxpayer £250,000, it has
Bad news. Militant secularism is out to get you. It wants to deprive your children of morality, rights and religious freedom. Or so says Baroness Warsi. And unfortunately she is not alone.
Racism in Britain has once again resurfaced at the forefront of the mainstream news, almost magically as if it disappeared and reappeared overnight.
We are all guilty of it: being in receipt of only half of the facts and coming to an instant decision because of who was supposed to have said what.
Even without the hash tag, where Abbott talks about Adewunmi playing into a 'divide and rule' agenda. In what sense is this conversation, or the rogue tweet, one which is discussing European colonialism?