stephen kinnock

The fine levied to Vote Leave could be a game-changer
The five things you need to know about politics today.
We’re calling for Proportional Representation, so that seats actually match votes and everyone has a vote that matters equally
In another dramatic political year, it seems like another age when the Labour Party was at war and backbenchers were demanding
Labour MPs who want to end free movement will be “kowtowing to xenophobia” it was claimed as an immigration row swept across
Leading Labour MPs today warned the party would be “holding the voters in contempt” if it did not support an end to freedom
Down in the Commons chamber, MPs couldn't help direct their sympathy and love up towards that small family grouping in the corner of the gallery. Nearly all MPs on all sides wore the white rose of Yorkshire as a mark of respect for the local lass, and some wore purple and green colours of the Suffragette movement, as Brendan and Jo had at their own wedding.
Jo Cox, who has been taken from us so cruelly, was a brilliant politician, tireless campaigner for social justice and friend to all who knew her. Jo lit up any room she walked into, with her warmth, wit and wisdom. The Labour Party has lost one of our brightest and one of our best.Jo's Labour family is shocked to the core that such a vibrant, dedicated, warm and exuberant woman can be snatched from us in an instant. Jo fizzed with life, energy, and compassion. Jo's husband Brendan has urged us all to fight against the hatred that killed her. I know that he and their children will have all the love and support that our party, and our country, can give as they face a future without the wife and mother they loved.
Kinnock has shown he is an internationalist who can think local - someone who can consider the big, extensional issues of politics and society and also get stuck in to the nitty-gritty of constituency problems. Amid an unstable Labour Party, and questions over who could be the next leader, don't be surprised if his name is in the frame in the not too distant future.
The five things you need to know on Thursday March 31, 2016… Paul is on holiday. So this morning's WaughZone is written by
The five things you need to know on Wednesday March 30, 2016… Paul is on holiday. So this morning's WaughZone is written
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock is not happy with Javid
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has been slammed for travelling to Australia while the fate of thousands of British steelworkers
This week in politics saw more questions about Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership credentials, a poignant International Women’s Day
Labour’s Stephen Kinnock has increased the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn by setting out what he needs to achieve in May to avoid
But the reason that we keep circling back to Heathrow is not just because it is the right technical solution. But because it is the only politically deliverable solution. No other UK airport offers value to every nation and region of the UK. Which, incidentally, is also why it is the only UK airport which is full - and it has been for a decade now.
Donnie Darko. No, I haven't got a clue what it all means either. 10) Who is your favourite band/artist? I love the Stereophonics