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Sir Roger Responds to the Scruton Tapes
The BBC has got its hands on the Scruton Tapes, a recording of the interview that ended his brief Government career. It has become clear that Scruton’s words were massively misrepresented by The New Statesman‘s George Eaton in his search for a scalp. Sections of Scruton’s unedited comments morning were played this morning on the […] The post Sir Roger Responds to the Scruton Tapes appeared first on Guido Fawkes.
Newslinks for Friday 26th April 2019
No deal preferable to no Brexit, insists Hunt… “Jeremy Hunt has vowed to back a no-deal Brexit if the alternative... Read more »
How Nottingham Labour is tackling the housing crisis – and wants to do more
In May 2015, Nottingham Labour stood for election on five key pledges, one of which was a challenging… The post How Nottingham Labour is tackling the housing crisis – and wants to do more appeared first on LabourList.
Roger Scruton on the interview that got him fired
Roger Scruton has appeared on the Today programme to discuss the interview that got him fired. Here is the full…
Crossrail to be finished without Bond Street 'by March 2021'
The new £17.6bn railway across London had been due to open in December.
Politics Live - readers' edition: Friday 26 April
A forum where readers can discuss today’s politics and share links to breaking news and to the most interesting politics stories, blogs and tweets on the web We’re not writing our usual blog today but here, as an alternative, is the Politics Live readers’ edition. It is a place for you to discuss today’s politics, and to share links to breaking news and to the most interesting stories and blogs on the web. Feel free to express your views robustly, but please treat others with respect and don’t resort to abuse. Guardian comment pages are supposed to be a haven from the Twitter/social media rant-orama, not an extension of it. Continue reading...
We need homes fit for habitation – but that’s just the start
Our story starts, as all good stories must, with the Housing of the Working Classes Act in 1885… The post We need homes fit for habitation – but that’s just the start appeared first on LabourList.
The Homelessness Reduction Act doesn’t actually reduce homelessness
There has rightly been public outrage and anger at the rise in rough sleeping across London in recent… The post The Homelessness Reduction Act doesn’t actually reduce homelessness appeared first on LabourList.
Cabinet ministers face having mobile phone records trawled in Huawei leak inquiry, ex-civil service chief says
'This is really important for the country. These issues are massively important,' says Sir Gus O'Donnell
Face it: The Lion King is a crazed piece of capitalist propaganda
The film loved by millions of children is actually a vicious parable about absolute monarchy and rampaging capitalism.
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