Forget London, this is the result that will matter most on May 7.
Accusations of abuse and homophobia amid high drama caused by Labour's decision to allow former Respect Party leader to run as candidate in West Midlands mayoral race.
"There’s a strength in talking about these experiences."
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Salma Yaqoob called Tory bigwig Iain Duncan Smith a “scrounger” on Thursday’s Question Time, attacking the secretary for
Robinson thinks that by partnering with the Quilliam Foundation, who also label practically everyone in the Muslim community who do not share their particular views as 'extremists', he has developed a new ingenious strategy to mainstream his cause. If the somewhat fawning response of the media is to go by, he may well be on to something. It was striking how he was allowed to continuously make references to the dangers of Islamic extremism in broad brush stokes, without challenge or definition, smearing an entire community, conjuring up an image of a sinister 'enemy within'.
The ten things you need to know on Sunday 9 June 2013... 1) WESTMINSTER FOR SALE, WEEK TWO? First Patrick Mercer. Now Tim
It remains the biggest demonstration in British history, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of London on
The National Union of Students has banned George Galloway for being a "rape denier", despite a last-ditch plea from a member
Salma Yaqoob has quit as leader of the Respect Party after its standard-bearer and founder George Galloway caused outrage