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Which Terrorist Friend Would Corbyn Invite to Downing Street First?

On Corbyn’s walkabout in Glasgow he was asked by a voter“Who’s going to be the first terrorist invited to the House of Commons when you’re Prime Minister?” Guido has done the runners and riders for the likely first terror invitation from PM Corbyn: Yahya Sinwar, the Palestinian hardliner and leader of Hamas in Gaza, is […]

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Boris Uses PM 4×4 to Take Supplies to Flooded Town

All in it together with Blitz spirit… H/T LBC The post Boris Uses PM 4×4 to Take Supplies to Flooded Town appeared first on Guido Fawkes. Author: Christian Calgie | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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Labour’s Four Day NH-Mess

On GMB this morning, Labour’s health secretary Jonathan Ashworth emphatically denied Labour’s 4-day week proposals would be implemented with regard to the NHS. At Labour’s NHS speech this afternoon, however, John McDonnell said it would be implemented in the NHS – in front of Ashworth himself. The Tories are now branding the four day NHS […]

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Labour Candidate Slams Party for Anti-India Selection

The candidate who missed out on being selected for Leicester East has railed against Labour for running a “sham contest” in the seat, selecting NEC member and friend-of-the-site Claudia Webbe. In his statement, Sundip Meghani criticised the party for allowing its “ruling Executive [to choose] a member of Labour’s ruling Executive as the candidate. Meghani […]

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Focus Group Student Thought Nigel Farage is a Lib Dem

In a moment that will bring Westminster obsessives down to earth, one of the undecided voters in the Victoria Derbyshire live focus group this morning revealed she thought Nigel Farage was a Lib Dem. Rhys, an 18-year-old student, said Nigel was like a bird because “he was part of the Lib Dems, and I like […]

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Corbyn Heckled in Scotland Over Terrorist Friends

Corbyn’s walkabout in Glasgow didn’t quite go to plan this morning as a man who is reportedly a Church of Scotland minister heckled the Labour Leader over his links with terrorists. “Who’s going to be the first terrorist invited to the House of Commons when you’re Prime Minister?” H/t Tom Rayner The post Corbyn Heckled […]

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Jack Airey: The next Government should revitalise Key Worker Housing

Vital public services face a recruitment crisis because the cost of living deters applicants. Our report shows how the Tories can address this challenge. Author: Jack Airey | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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Smiths Group shares jump on the back of strong first quarter growth

Global technology company Smiths Group today announced that its guidance for the year remained unchanged, based on a strong first […] The post Smiths Group shares jump on the back of strong first quarter growth appeared first on CityAM. Author: Edward Thicknesse | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party […]

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Royal Mail wins High Court injunction to prevent potential postal strikes

Royal Mail has secured a High Court injunction to block potential Christmas postal strikes. The company argued that there were […] The post Royal Mail wins High Court injunction to prevent potential postal strikes appeared first on CityAM. Author: Sebastian McCarthy | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites […]

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Fed chair Jay Powell foresees ‘sustained expansion’ for economy

US Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell has said he foresees a “sustained expansion” of the country’s economy, in a testimony […] The post Fed chair Jay Powell foresees ‘sustained expansion’ for economy appeared first on CityAM. Author: Harry Robertson | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any […]

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General Election 2019: Labour split over four-day week plans for NHS

Labour has come under pressure after splits emerged in the party’s position over whether the NHS would be subject to […] The post General Election 2019: Labour split over four-day week plans for NHS appeared first on CityAM. Author: Catherine Neilan | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites […]

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Takeaway.com boss has no plans to increase £4.3m Just Eat bid

The chief executive of Takeaway.com has said the company does not intend to increase its £4.3bn bid for food delivery […] The post Takeaway.com boss has no plans to increase £4.3m Just Eat bid appeared first on CityAM. Author: Jessica Clark | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites […]

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Tencent profit falls as Alibaba threat and economic woes weigh

Chinese tech giant Tencent has posted a sharp drop in profit for the third quarter as rival Alibaba gears up […] The post Tencent profit falls as Alibaba threat and economic woes weigh appeared first on CityAM. Author: James Warrington | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in […]

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Google to offer current accounts from next year

Google will offer personal current accounts from some time next year in partnership with banks and credit unions, as the […] The post Google to offer current accounts from next year appeared first on CityAM. Author: Anna Menin | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. […]

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British Gas owner Centrica wins Ofgem appeal over energy price cap

The High Court ruled in favour of British Gas owner Centrica’s appeal against the way that Ofgem calculated part of […] The post British Gas owner Centrica wins Ofgem appeal over energy price cap appeared first on CityAM. Author: Edward Thicknesse | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites […]

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