Shadow chief secretary Rachel Reeves says the Tories may be attempting to “deliberately mislead the public” about over statistics and the government’s record.
Labour stepped up the pressure on David Cameron today with a new poster mocking his airbrushed pre-election pledge, and a new “Borrowing Counter” website.
As with Lords reform, David Cameron looks set to renege on another manifesto promise under pressure from Tory backbenchers – this time with global consequences.
Alex Hern reveals star Tory Harriet Baldwin’s “questions” about whether poor parents ought to be punished for having too many children.
The majority of the Tory rebels in last night’s European referendum vote in the Commons were newly elected MPs, spelling troubled times ahead for David Cameron.
The Conservatives’ dependence on the ‘grey vote’ and on their think tank apparatus may mean they are committed to ever increasing expenditures in future.
There are reports this morning that the Conservative party used private investigators, like Glen Mulcaire, to delve into the personal lives of their own supporters.
Left Foot Forward’s Ed Jacobs interviews the candidates ahead of Thursday’s Inverclyde by-election, caused by the tragic death of David Cairns.
NUS Scotland are campaigning for the founder of the Stagecoach company to have his knighthood withdrawn after his attempts to repeal anti-homophobic legislation.
Posted in A Britain We All Call Home
Also tagged Brian Souter, Her Majesty the Queen, keep the clause, knighthood, Liberal Democrats, NUS Scotland, Queen's birthday honoursLabour Party, Scotland, section 28, section 2a, Stagecoach
David Cameron and his supporters have a tough sell on the NHS bill changes; they have another coalition u-turn written all over them.