paul flynn

Ed Miliband has a point. My constituents would go berserk if I told them that I was taking a second job with a second salary but still staying on as their MP. They would certainly kick me out at the next election.
The country's most powerful mandarin has been accused of breaching civil service political neutrality by publicly advocating
Downing Street has insisted there is no cabinet split over how to revive the economy, ahead of the potentially dire GDP figures
Labour backbencher Paul Flynn was kicked out of the Commons chamber on Tuesday afternoon after he called defence secretary
Those who brought us Britain's role in Iraq plan a fresh war of illusion. The drumbeats are sounding and excitement is mounting as the boys anticipated playing again with the toys.
Home Secretary Theresa May's controversial choice of a lawyer as the next Chief Inspector of Constabulary has been confirmed
A toddler who loved waving at people from his bedroom died when he became entangled in his window blind cord, an inquest
Paul Flynn is not an anti-Semite. But his recent remarks, about the British Ambassador to Israel, Matthew Gould, gave expression, surely inadvertently, to a very old anti-Semitic idea: the eternally 'divided loyalty of the Jew.'
A Labour MP has found himself in hot water after he suggested Britain's ambassador to Israel may have divided loyalties because
Labour MP Paul Flynn has accused a Conservative MP of having a "passion" for animal abuse. Speaking during a Commons debate