#ResignWatson reaches no.1 trending spot

Last week’s huge #WeAreCorbyn social media campaign, which reached number one position in Twitter’s worldwide trends last week as the Labour leader’s supporters came out in a show of solidarity, has been followed by tonight’s #ResignWatson hashtag. The call on Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson to resign occupied the UK number one trending spot on […]

Outraged Labour members call #ResignWatson from 7pm tonight

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has appeared in the Observer to brand Labour ‘shamed and embarrassed’, claiming the party will be “unfit for government, unless it calls an immediate halt to damaging arguments over antisemitism” – yet in his self-serving article he has, of course, perpetuated the argument. Tom Watson Members on social media have been […]

Austin raises Labour morale with hint at intention to leave

Soon to be ex-Labour MP Ian Austin? Right-wing Labour MP Ian Austin, currently the subject of at least two formal complaints for alleged aggression and abuse toward parliamentary colleagues and accused by author Michael Rosen of a ‘full frontal assault’ on Rosen’s testimony to MPs about antisemitism, seems to be going for broke on social […]

The NEC members who could have recorded Willsman comments are a short list

Peter Willsman When the leaked, 51-second audio of comments by veteran left-wing NEC member – and candidate in the current election for nine members to serve the next two years – Peter Willsman were published yesterday by the Jewish Chronicle (JC), a storm of outrage was whipped up to demand Willsman’s suspension or resignation. Why […]

Woodcock, staff – no denial of “regular one-on-ones” with May

May and Woodcock – regular ‘one on ones’? MP John Woodcock, who last week quit the Labour Party claiming that he had no faith in a proper result of the party’s investigation into ‘sex pest’ allegations against him, has today told ITV’s Daniel Hewitt that he wants other MPs – including Conservatives – to join […]

Excl: Woodcock’s own ‘data breach’ exposes unpopularity with local members – and why

Ex-Labour MP John Woodcock Last week, MP John Woodcock finally left the Labour Party, resigning with a letter that flung blame in all directions but himself – and which also contradicted a letter he had sent to a constituent just after last year’s general election. However, for someone who no longer wants to be in the Labour […]

Exclusive: Woodcock’s post-general election letter comes back to bite him

Woodcock’s face as 2017 general election results came in Last week, MP John Woodcock flounced out of the Labour Party, resigning with a letter that flung blame in all directions but himself. Among his various complaints, Woodcock attacked Labour’s status as a ‘mainstream electoral force’: But a letter that Woodock sent to a local Labour […]

Close-up video of May’s face as she faces Irish vote-cheat grilling is revealing

Four faces of Theresa May, grilled in Dublin over Tory vote-cheating Theresa May is in Ireland today – and faced a grilling from Irish journalists about the Tories’ ‘pairing breach’ vote-cheating scandal. It must have been a shock to her system compared to the anodyne tee-ups she receives from most UK ‘MSM’ – for a […]

Huge pressure on May to sack Whip, Chair for ‘pairing’ treachery

Theresa May is under huge and mounting pressure to sack Chief Whip Julian Smith and Tory Chair Brandon Lewis. Smith has been exposed pressuring Tory MPs to break their ‘pairing’ agreements with absent MPs, particularly those on maternity leave, such as LibDem MP Jo Swinson and Labour’s Laura Pidcock, in order to win an extremely […]

Woodcock quits Labour blaming ‘witch-hunt’ over sex-pest allegations

John Woodcock Barrow MP John Woodcock has resigned from the Labour Party. The MP was under investigation by the party over allegations that he had sexually harassed a female aide. He had recently announced he was ‘withdrawing cooperation’ from the party’s investigation into the allegations. Woodcock’s case had highlighted the hypocrisy of the Labour right, […]