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Daily News Brief – Thursday July 10th 2014

July 10, 2014 // 0 Comments

  BBC News – Emergency legislation will be brought in next week to force phone and internet companies to log records of customer calls, texts and internet use. City AM – Royal Mail sale set for new probe. – Tories will take action to limit strike in manifesto. – Euro [...]

Daily News Brief – Wednesday July 9th 2014

July 9, 2014 // 2 Comments

  YouGov/Sun poll – Labour lead jumps four points to seven: CON 31%, LAB 38%, LD 8%, UKIP 12%   City AM – City MP Mark Field slams new tax grab – Labour friends set to splash the cash at auction  – We won’t follow French example on takeovers, Vince Cable [...]

Daily News Brief – Tuesday July 8th

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Sky News – A charity says top politicians have been named as alleged child abusers, as MPs prepare to ask how more than 100 files were lost.​   City AM – Cameron pledges to end city domination. –  Miliband to woo firms by training better graduates. – Tom Papworth: [...]

Vote UKIP get UKIP – Councillors show the way to Westminster

July 8, 2014 // 3 Comments

“The road to the Houses of Parliament winds through the counties, districts, boroughs, towns and parishes we represent.”   So said Paul Smyth, Councillor for Swaffham, Norfolk in June this year, as he passed on some excellent words of advice to the legions of newly elected UKIP Councillors.   [...]

Daily News Brief – Monday 7th July

July 7, 2014 // 0 Comments

Sky News – Mobile phones, tablet and laptop computers that do not have power may not be allowed on board at some airports, say US officials. City AM – Cameron’s £6bn growth gamble – New regulator set to oversee shale licensing – John Mann MP: Forget a second-rate MP: [...]

Sunday Papers – 6 July 2014

July 6, 2014 // 2 Comments

Leon Brittan questioned Most of the papers have stories of the former Home Secretary Leon, now Lord, Brittan who was quizzed by the police over an allegation of rape in the 1960s.  He denies all accusations, The Mail on Sunday reports: Former Home Secretary Leon Brittan has been questioned by [...]

Saturday Papers – 5 July 2014

July 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

Well, we’re having salmon and scrambled egg for a change this morning… And in the news there’s plenty of tripe and fudge: Westminster Paedophiles The Telegraph leads with the developing story on the paedophile ring operating in Westminster, some 30 years ago: Whistleblower who [...]

Daily News Brief – Friday 4th July

July 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

YouGov/Sun poll – Labour now just one point ahead: CON 35%, LAB 36%, LD 8%, UKIP 12% Populus poll: Lab 35; Cons 34; LD 9; UKIP 14; Oth 8 Sky News – Airlines To Scrutinise Smartphones Amid Threat more – Queen Names UK’s Newest And Biggest Warship more City AM – Google [...]

Daily News Brief – Thursday 3rd July

July 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

YouGov/Sun – CON 35, LAB 37, LD 8, UKIP 12​   Sky News – Airport Security Tightened Over ‘Bomb Fears’ (also in The Times).   City AM – MPs demand probe into share fixing. – Miliband tries to thaw Labour’s relationship with business. – Booming [...]

Labour – Party of the Working Man?

July 2, 2014 // 5 Comments

Roll up, roll up, all fans and supporters of the Labour Party, party of the working man and woman!! Get your tickets here for the Gala Dinner of the Century… well, er, the present electoral cycle… and make yourself a whole lot lighter in the Readies Department. Yes, the Labour Party are [...]
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