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July 16, 2017

Doomed: 'May set for further failure as Prime Minister'

When Theresa May stood outside Downing Street one year ago after being officially appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland by the Queen, her vision for...

UK Courts Chief Attacks 'Tory' Media

Lord Chancellor Charles Falconer launched an astonishing assault on the British media which he branded ‘anti-Labour’ on Monday night, The-Latest can exclusively reveal. The senior Cabinet minister, who is Secretary of State for Constituti ...

MP Says Don't Call Me 'Black'

Multi-millionaire MP Adam Afriyie has given The-Latest a fascinating insight into the thinking of a national Black British Conservative politician. Afriyie told the website that he would not raise “race issues” in parliament because he refused ...

People's Politician Dies

By Phil Simms Labour fire-brand Tony Banks has died, aged 62, after collapsing on holiday in America. The former left-wing MP for West Ham, London, was at lunch with his wife Sally on Sanibel Island, Florida, when he collapsed. He suffered a massive s ...

New Nasty Party

Welsh Lib-Dem leader Lembit Opik has angrily accused fellow MPs of "the political equivalent of self-harming, which left deep scars" and a resentful party by forcing Charles Kennedy to quit. In a recent poll, 70 per cent of The-Latest members&nbs ...

Labour's Honourable Rebels

Forty-nine Labour MPs rebelled against the Government in the vote on the much-criticised 90-day detention proposal, according to official division lists. They handed megalomaniac Tony Blair his first House of Common defeat since he became prime minister in ...

Ken do better

By Liz Simpson Our very own Dick Whittington really does believe the streets of London are paved with gold if he thinks drivers in the British capital can afford the £8 congestion charge. London might be a place of opportunity and plen ...

Mayor Livingstone's gravy train

Critics of the controversial Mayor of London - some of whom previously voted for him - are angry that he is spending millions of taxpayers pounds on wages for his cronies. Key City Hall staffers have been recruited by Ken Livingstone from among his close a ...

Russian bloggers condemn 'suppression of UK revolution' by Cameron

Sergei BalmasovBritish Prime Minister David Cameron has lost legitimacy as a result of the brutal suppression of peaceful demonstrators and should resign. Statements to this effect were made nearly simultaneously by leading Iranian and Libyan politicians. ...

UK government may come to regret politicising young people

This week has seen the government deliver another crushing blow to the young people of this country with the abolition of the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA), writes Lisa Nandy.   *Nandy, 32, is Labour Party Member of Parliament for Wi ...

Wikileaks treated like terrorist group

Financial journalist Nick Kochan explains that whoever is masterminding the economic suffocation of Wikileaks is using the same tactics as those who target terrorist groups. Wikileaks’ publication of sensitive diplomatic correspondence has been greeted by ...

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