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Theresa May has finally come clean and accepted the government has completely run out of ideas. As a result they're having to beg for policy proposals from Labour. This is further evidence that this government can no longer run the country.feedback
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Andrew Gwynne quotes

Apr 27 2017 - Labour Party

Theresa May is going to extraordinary lengths to blinker the British public and make this election about anything other than her record in government. The people of Leeds won't be fooled: the only party of working people is the Labour party. Under the Tories working people have picked up the bill while those at the top have received tens of billions of pounds of tax breaks. Wages have stagnated, public services have suffered huge cuts and our NHS is in crisis.feedback

Apr 27 2017

It is clearer than ever that the Tories are for the few, not the many. Rather than uniting the country and tackling the challenges we face, their policies are divisive and are taking us backwards.feedback

Apr 26 2017 - British elections 2017

At today's prime minister's questions, Theresa May talked about the triple lock like it's a thing of the past and, under the Conservatives, it risks being consigned to history.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - Labour Party

Yes, it's Labour party policy. We are committed to renewing the Trident system.feedback

Apr 24 2017 - Drones

We would not be in a position where the first choice would be to press that red button. It is a deterrent because we have them. We believe in multilateralism, we believe in negotiating away our nuclear weapons system to create a nuclear weapon free world.feedback

Apr 23 2017

The Tories don't stand for working people, their record is one of failure and broken promises, letting ordinary people down at every turn. Time and again they've promised action but when it comes to it they broke those promises. Under them, energy bills have soared. At the last election, when Labour promised action the Tories opposed it, putting themselves on the side of protecting the big energy companies' profits rather than the interest of working people.feedback

Mar 20 2017

To hold one outside interest is perhaps defensible, but to hold several time-consuming outside commitments that have a deep overlap with the political, full-time commitment to this house is impossible to defend.feedback

Mar 20 2017

This is a matter of great importance for the prime minister.feedback

Mar 20 2017

What action does the government intend to take against ex-ministers who appear to be in breach of the ministerial code, in their failure to seek advice from Acoba before accepting the appointment?feedback

Mar 18 2017 - London

With this new four-day post at the London Evening Standard and his one-day a week post at BlackRock – I have no idea how he is able to claim to spend any time representing the north-west, a region that myself and many of my Labour colleagues fight for every day.feedback

Mar 18 2017 - London

Today many were again concerned to find that Mr Osborne had repeated this procedure, announcing his new role at the London Evening Standard prior to consulting the advisory committee on business appointments. The rules on business appointments are established to counter suspicion that the decisions and statements of a serving minister might be influenced by the hope or expectation of future employment with a particular firm or organisation; and that an employer could make improper use of official information to which a former minister has had access to.feedback

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