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Thornberry exhibits a deep shame at being Labour and falls into the trap of attacking the party rather than celebrating it. Her suggestion that 2004 was Labour's low point is insulting. Ignore that, just one year later, Labour won a majority of 60 that David Cameron or Theresa May would have given their right arm for.
3. House of Lords 2. “Short money” Opposition parties are given state funding to help with running costs, based on their
Chris Bryant Shadow Commons Leader Chris Bryant was swift to react today. Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP Tory MPs and peers
Labour MP David Winnick: "sheer spite" Labour veteran David Winnick said the Conservatives’ lack of consultation over the
The SDLP's Alasdair McDonnell The SDLP would also suffer. Dr Alasdair McDonnell, SDLP leader and MP for South Belfast, told
Tory plans to cut public funding of opposition parties could fall at the first hurdle as they do not have a majority on the