'The government have replaced a knighted career diplomat with a knighted career diplomat'.
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Labour’s General Election coordinator accused a veteran MP of being “racist” as the party leadership struggled to deal with
Like everyone else who doesn't have a high wall to hide behind when the country's poorest eventually resort to sexually violent cannibalistic rioting, I was quite disappointed by the 2015 General Elections.
For a large majority of our fellow citizens, last week's election is already a distant memory. The tiny minority of the politically committed are beginning to come to terms with the outcome and, after a brief moment of introspection, the media juggernaut has returned to what it does most, if not best, namely speculating about the future. But for a small number, the world has not moved on. They are still trapped in the wreckage of events which for them really were life-changing. They are the XMPs and, though this may not be a popular sentiment, my heart goes out to them...
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Labour shadow foreign secretary and campaign co-ordinator Douglas Alexander and Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy have both
Portillo moments usually refer to a high profile sitting MP being kicked out. However May 7 could see a new twist on the
Labour's Douglas Alexander and the Liberal Democrats' Danny Alexander could lose their seats in Scotland at the general election
Ed Balls has dismissed warnings that Labour would inflict "colossal" damage on universities by cutting tuition fees. The