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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Sun Mar 25, 2018 1:09 pm

-Boris says accusations of Vote Leave overspending are ludicrous

-Owen Smith says he stands by his principles with his Brexit stance, Corbyn made a mistake sacking him.

-Expected to be big push on NHS spending by government including midwife's

-Not hearing strong arguments from Remainers that Vote Leave used Cambridge Analytics

-Fabricant on people using Israel for conspiracies

-Tom Watson praises Smith but says he knows how collective responsibility works, says Abbott's letter was clumsily worded vs Smith doing a article for newspaper, has met Chief Rabbi but refuses to say Corbyn has

-Caroline Lucas questions legitimacy of the referendum though now seems to be backing away from that somewhat

-A feeling "Corbyn rejects" isn't actually an apology on the mural

-Andrew Marr really shouldn't have used that mural artist quote given Corbyn didn't see it (Marr did later correct himself but it was misleading)

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-Kenan Malik on defending hate crime
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:12 pm

-Jewish leaders held a protest (Jewish Voices for Labour doing counter-protest but larger Jewish Labour Movement backing Jewish leaders) against Labour's handling of anti-Semitism with Jewish Leadership Council and the Board of Deputies of British Jews writing a letter with a list of complaints including how Labour has handled the issue. Corbyn first declared he is "sincerely sorry" for the hurt caused by "pockets of anti-Semitism" in Labour and will meet Jewish leaders to try to rebuild confidence in the party, says the party utterly condemns anti-Semitism. In media interviews, leading figures seem to be amazed at how many times Corbyn didn't see/read/hear any case of anti-Semitism where he was round/in group/in contact with. Labour MP's like Angela Smith, Powell, Cooper, Nandy asking Corbyn to come before MP's to explain himself over the mural

Corbyn then did another apology later in day, admitting complaints have too often been dismissed as "a few bad apples" and it goes deeper in Labour then that, he is sincerely sorry for pain caused, needs to be deeper understanding of anti-Semitism in the left as more difficult to detect then those on far right (in the letter, this reads as a hands up acknowledgement rather then excuse making in case I have put it badly), apologises for not studying the mural deeply and agrees it supported a Anti-Semitic conspiracy theory, criticisms of Israel have easily crossed the line, partly will impliment the reforms in full of Chakrabati report (ignoring that very report is an issue in itself) and promises he will always be an ally of the Jewish community.

-Credit to David Davies doing Marr interview while suffering extreme food poisoning. Says Brexit deal is "incredibly probable" Brexit campaign funding an issue for Electoral Commotion rather then him

-Daniel Poulter cleared over allegations of inappropriate conduct to females and is suing the paper that made the allegations

-Electoral Commission looking again at Vote Leave spending

-A sense Hunt has something major planned on NHS funding

-FT says Williamson is furious that EU seeking to block us from EU space program on security grounds, Clark and May indicating they want to remain in

-Rees-Mogg says May needs to be prepared to walk out on talks, going back on Brexit would be as damaging to nation' psyche as Suez as it would declare our leaders thought we were too weak and craven to govern ourselves

-England's Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield warns too many children in north hit with double disadvantage of entrenched deprivation and poor schools, wants targetted funding and a northern schools program

-Equality and Human Rights Commission not happy that more then half of firms haven't published gender pay gap with deadline looming

-May gives full backing to Stephen Parkinson, her political secretary, who has been accused of outing the sexuality of the Vote Leave whistle-blower which he denies. Says Russia's 21 theroies of what happened in spy case are implausible and unworthy of Russia

-Downing Street distances itself from Boris claims Vote Leave accusations are ludicrous

-14 EU countries, Ukraine (I suspect they didn't need much encouragement) Canada and USA expelling Russian diplomats in a huge boost to May (I look forward to Zoe Williams declaring that isn't an achievement). Russia these countries are all puppets of the UK. Yes really. Russia also holding poll on which US consul to close

-Corbyn says it is clear Russia either had direct or indirect involvement in spy attack which meant when Tories tried to probe him, Bradshaw came to Corbyn's defence. Where he had less support was claiming he has criticized Russia for 20 years

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-Ben Bradshaw on Owen Smith and Labour Brexit stance

-Mann says anti-Semitism row could destroy Labour, says he doesn't think Corbyn is anti-Semitic but doesn't seem 100% certain, says police investigating threats against his family from anti-Semite

-Some surprise as Sun shrugs off passport gate

-Ken Clarke dismisses passport row as nationalist nonsense

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-Chris Morris on rules of origin post Brexit

-D'Ancona on Corbyn's record on anti-Semitism nowhere as strong as his admirable record on other hate crimes

-Toynbee on outsourcing

-McCluskey on weak takeover protections

-David Torrance warns SNP are in rut

-Tom Peck says Corbyn must face up against his own followers

-Bush says Corbyn must accept responsibility for the hurt over his handling of anti-Semitism
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Tue Mar 27, 2018 6:31 pm

-Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, says they have had plenty of words from Corbyn about how he opposes racism but no real action against anti-Semites. Rebecca Long-Bailey (a very Corbyn loyalist) has said the party has taken far too long to deal with the issue

-BBC has letter of complaint from Jewish leaders and Corbyn's written response

-Stramer says MP's must be allowed to agree final deal and if they reject it, ministers go back to Brussels

-Russian diplomat expulsions reach 23 countries with Albania, Australia, Iceland, Norway and Macedonia joining in

- Migration advisory committee says immigration hasn't pushed down wages and they get employed due to skills rather then employers seeking migrant labour

-Zuckerberg says he will send a deputy to Culture Committee, they aren't happy with that (neither is Tom Watson) and will keep pressing for him to appear but they will also speak with the appointed deputy

-Culture Committee holds a four hour session with Cambridge Analytics whistleblower Christopher Wylie

-May tells liaison committee she has deep concerns about Cambridge Analytica allegations, she understands the anger of fishermen over how we handled joining the fisheries policy and she vows to Brexit fishing agreement very different, customs plans could take longer then they expected to set up, doesn't want commission into NHS funding but says she will bring forward long term funding plans soon.

-Boris forced to apologize after Bercow lays into him for calling Thornberry "Lady Nugee" (husband's name) which Bercow calls sexist. It has long been a stick on the right to beat Thornberry with as they try to portray a working class woman as a out of touch toff, in this case Boris seems to just been doing a casual joke rather then a targetted attack but glad to see someone called up on this.

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-Blair says Corbyn needs to show action rather then more words on anti-Semitism and suspects Corbyn hasn't realized how serious a problem it is, blocking Brexit is only way for Tories to stop Corbyn getting into power

-Sir Howarth on immigration

-Bergman says anti-Semitism has become more commonplace and corrosive in Labour, Streeting wants an end of "mealy-mouthed words"from Corbyn and action instead

-Lord Patten says closest most Brexiteers have been to a trade deal is checkout till at Waitrose and the global Britain trade deals is econimic nonsense

-Bradshaw says recent allegations have brought questions about legality of Brexit referendum result

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-Bush doubts May's curb on stop and search led to rising crime while May is on rise

-Jack Bernhardt on some Corbyn reporters paranoid conspiracy theory reactions to the anti-Semite issue is telling of our times

-Michael Mosbacher is dismissive of allegations against Vote Leave
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Wed Mar 28, 2018 4:46 pm

PMQ's: Corbyn opens on mental health+autism and deaths under Southern Health, May agrees there are real questions about the deaths but says lessons have been learnt. Corbyn on ombudsmen concerns at lack of staff and asks why there are less mental staff since then, May says money being put in to help fix this and more people getting health and training in schools to identify those that need help. Corbyn claims Labour credit for party of esteem but money hasn't followed and highlights male suicide, acknowledges May does care but points to mental health trusts having less funding. May says there are wider issues then mental health trusts, points again to funding and more people seeking help, sets out more things they did. Corbyn again on spending falling and too often crises ends up dealt with in emergency by community or police. Your getting the pattern here, Corbyn talks about money, May talks about wider stuff like her work as Home Secretary to stop youngsters being put in cells. Corbyn on need to get to people at young age yet child psychologists has fallen, May wrong to ask where the question is and goes on wider stuff to help children, then goes onto the dangers of social media. Corbyn hopes that means support on digital bill, talks of a high risk lady made to wait 6 months for an appointment, welcomes there being less of stigma but funding crises continuing with less resources and staff in mental health care so calls for ringfencing. May defends NHS spending with the general strong economy defence

Corbyn kept this mostly non partisan and gentle (also clever as it meant May couldn't go on his recent troubles), constantly focusing on money and staff cuts while adjusting for what May said. May sometimes struck out which looks very bad, she spoke well on some of the stuff she has done rather then the actual question. Blackford says there is need for trust in political process with transparency of campaign funding and strong election laws, asks May to say allegations must be investigated, May says there are laws and Electoral Commission free to investigate, Blackford says DUP got money from Tory research group that gave money to Cambridge Anaylicta and asks May to publish full details. May repeats previous answer about matters for Electoral Commission

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-May made good speech on her personal commitment on NHS in Liaison Committee while NHS chief Simon Stevens has welcomed her words on long term funding, May also joked about her last visit to Wales leading to election means most Tories don't want her referencing Welsh landscape any time soon. Has been persuaded to swap from blackberry to iphone

-Lords EU Committee is sceptical about chances of remaining in EU's health insurance card system

-Home Affairs Select Committee annoyed that chief inspector of borders four reports to be released suspiciously after Rudd's committee hearing and they didn't get advanced reading of it

-Rudd says immigration white paper delayed till end of year at least in part due to EU agreement in December, immigration plans in regards Brexit are up to May and Davies, dodges around if target is getting numbers down to 100,000

-Labour pushing on Dan Jarvis to do only one job but all 13 Yorkshire MP's have backed Jarvis

-Gove says Vote Leave has been investigated twice, referendum was free and fair

-The chairman of university watchdog the Office for Students Sir Michael Barber says he has learnt a lot from the Toby Young issue but education committee not happy he has no representative of Further Education on his board. Sir Barber indicates Young may well be replaced by someone from that sector and looking at an apprenticeship panel

-Labour's cabinet meeting has been described by such terms as "rocky" with briefing and counter briefing going on, though agreement Baroness Chakrabarti was in tears, about the anti-Semitism part of it while the backlog of cases (74) in Labour party built up over two years is getting noted. It gets even worse for Corbyn as he can't even get a meeting with Jewish leaders with Jonathan Arkush and Jonathan Goldstein, the leaders of the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the Jewish Leadership Counci, rather unhappy that MP's who are backed the protest are 1) in Lammy's case there are fears he is facing deselection (becuase party members are openly saying they will), 2) getting a full on assault from the likes of the Corbyn loyal Skwawkbox

Burgeon going certain examples on DP are unacceptable, not representative of the party doesn't work when party suspends blatant anti-Semities... then lets them back in.

-Nick Hardwick, chairman of the Parole Board, resigns after court reverses Worboy decision and says keeping reasoning private was unlawful. Hardwick makes clear Gauke forced him out which he feels is an abuse of ministerial power as post meant to be independent, Gauke indicates he will abolish the rule 25 that stops reasonings becoming public will be overturned but the Justice Secretary under huge pressure himself for not launching judicial review himself.

-Boris trying to claim NHS funding will be due to Brexit dividend (claimed by neither May, Hunt or anyone involved)

-Thornberry predicts a Brexit deal so vague it becomes a "‘blah, blah, blah’ divorce."

-Average council tax bills in England to rise by 5.1%

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-Halfon with a thoughtful article on populism

-Unhappiness at Skwawkbox trying to attack Creasy for the crime of... going to a concert with a Tory MP. Yes, they really think this is a major story.

-Geraint Davies rebuked by Bercow for calling Rees-Mogg as "Moggy"

-Tom Peck "It's almost like #PMQs is some sort of new therapeutic treatment, where the nation's politicians come together at the midpoint of the week, to ignore utterly all of the questions facing the nation."

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-Professor Jonathan Portes worried by migration adversary report's report

-Bush on Lib Dem local election prospects

-Jewish Voices for Labour Joseph Finlay defends Corbyn

-Sophie Walker wants change to prostitution laws

-Andrew Grice Corbyn needs to stand up to old friends

-Freedland cynical Gove's reinvention
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:42 pm

-Brexit just a year away (depending on if you count transition as not Brexit)

-May tousr the four nations in a single day as vows to keep UK unified after Brexit (some N.Ireland parties not happy she isn't meeting any of them, some unhappy she didn't visit the Irish border), says Brexit brings real opportunities to UK and she looks forward to Brexit day but when asked if Brexit was worth it chose to say it would be "different", refuses to say there is a Brexit dividend or to rule out NHS tax, refuses to say she has changed her mind on Brexit since she voted remain

-Not all in Labour happy with Thornberry's would approve a blah blah Brexit comment, McDonnell says she was being sarcastic and Labour nowhere near voting for government's Brexit deal

-Christine Shawcroft, head of the Labour Party's disputes panel since January, NEC member and Momentum director, resigns from disputes panel after advocating a council candidate be allowed back in last May. A man who called the Holocaust a hoax (he says he was reposting an article for debate) which she called misinterpreted and was a partisan complaint by the Peterborough Labour group, she now says she hadn't seen the full facebook post when she complained about the suspension and she acknowledges her presence would cause Jewish community doubts about the process. Others want her to resign from NEC but her seat would go to Eddie Izzard which would not suit Corbynites

-Corbyn says abuse of protestors and, he particularly highlights the "terrible abuse" of Berger, can not be done in his name, he admires Lammy for his stand on anti-Semitism but won't interfere in a local issue. Not sure they will feel that is enough but it is a start. Jonathan Arkush, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews doesn't seem overly impressed judging by "I think he swims in a political sea which is polluted by far too many anti-Semites. And as we said in our letter on Monday- he always sides with the anti-Semites, never with the anti-racists."

-Government seem inclined to Norway style plastic battle deposit scheme

-Leadsom on Brexit good for City of London

-General Sir Nicholas Carter is to be the Chief of the Defence Staff

-May announces £600m for four new Dreadnought nuclear submarines and 200 million from departmental underspend to go to MOD

-Local Government Committee wants housing deposits capped at five weeks worth of rent

-Confirmed growth in last quarter of 2017 was 0.4%, ONS revises growth for this year up to 1.8%, lowest household spending growth for six years at 1.7%, savings at record low of 4.7%

-McDonnell says past general secretary is partly to blame for Labour's anti-Semitism problems by not pushing through reforms (Ian Austin has suggested Home Affairs Select Committee invite Nicholson to give his version of events), doesn't want Shawcroft out of NEC as elected position

-Dr Fox doubts transition phase will be extended but can't rule it out

-DUP says there are pragmatic solutions to border issue

-Government uturns on cutting housing benefit for 18-21 year olds

-MP's have spent 18% (187 hours) of their time discussing Brexit in last year but those 91 hours on withdrawal bill alone is rather longer then 36 hours on NHS for example

-Nick Boles condemns the Havering Conservatives leaflet which Tory HQ forced the councillors to apologize and leaflet to be withdrawn. As I understand it, leaflet basically went with "Khan will flood Havering with immigrants" which is sickening dog-whistle politics, front bench Tories seem reluctant to comment

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-Blair says chances of Brexit being stopped feels more likely now then a few months ago, May still going for cakeisim with frictionless trade+want to diverge, Labour's idea of Davies being sent back to renegotiate is unrealistic, can't think of a single law EU stopped him passing but best he can think of is a few chancellors unhappy with Vat rules, thinks we could get emergency migration break if we opted to stay in.

-Lord Bridges predicts trade deal will be a few pages of meaningless waffle

-Lord Keen swearing in Lords caught on mike

-Eastwood Labour party writes to Jewish leaders (it covers the largest Jewish area in Scotland) saying anti-Semitism is at an unacceptable level in all levels of the party and they are sorry for this

-UKIP caretaker leader Gerard Baten says transition deal will leave us shackled to EU and calls for unencumbered exit

-Farage wore UK flag socks, says prospects of second referendum have faded and made people look stupid

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-Bush on the internal politics of Shawcroft's resignation, warns Remainers not to claim "Brexit was one by cheating, second referendum", plus Tory local election hopes

-Kuessenberg on Brexit focus group

-Kettle on double mandate

-Ash Sarkar on left needing to engage with immigration debate

-Faiza Shaheen says left need to concentrate on a post Brexit plan and narrative

-William Davidson on Brexit talks
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Fri Mar 30, 2018 12:29 pm

-39 Labour MP's and peers call for Christine Shawcroft suspension

-Professor Hardwick doesn't say Gauke shoudl resign but Justice Department needs to accept it's responsibility over the Worboys case

-Dr Fox aiming for 40 trade arrangements with 70 countries in place by the end of the Brexit transition period in 2020 by rolling over current EU treaties, talks have started with Australia, New Zealand and the US, transition deal causes least risk to UK as it adjusts to Brexit

-Corbyn does interview with Jewish News. Their headline afterwards? Not Good Enough

- Public Accounts Committee not happy with how much some academy trusts are paying senior staff

-Jo Swinson arguing public has a lot more information now justifies second referendum

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-D'Arcy on things to look forward to after Easter break

-Iain Watson on the aftermath of Shawcroft resignation

-Katya Adler on EU perspective on Brexit with year to go

-Kuessenberg on Brexit dividend

-Bush on Thornberry row
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:13 am

-McVey calls for youngsters to take Saturday jobs to build up workplace experience and soft skills

-Corbyn says Labour have to do better on anti-Semitism

-Lord Winston says he is deeply ashamed of Labour

-1922 committee gave May a standing ovation

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-Freeland on why anti-Semitism matters

-Joey D'Urso on election spending and use of social media

-Henry Hill believes N.Ireland system isn't working
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:47 am

-Sunday Times investigates the 20 biggest pro-Corbyn Facebook groups with 12 staffers of Corbyn and McDonnell in some of them and discovers over 2,000 worrying messages. Things like praise of Hitler, wanting the murder of the PM, anti-Semitism, misogyny. Not sure this will particularly stick, at best it might help Corbyn realize what some of his followers are like

-Berger says she got an email saying she should kill herself and calling her a "Judas", "a venal piece of detritus", a "Zionazi" and an "absolute parasite."

-Shawcroft resigns from NEC saying her presence was allowing the media to harass her family with Izzard taking her place

-Costs of child burials and cremations are to be waived after Welsh did it, England is following with Carolyn Harris campaign on the issue (she had to taken out loan for the costs when her son died) also key

-UK and Russia in row when UK border force searches plane while US diplomats told by Russia to cut size down to Russian mission size in London while Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova says we are trying to stop Russia hosting world cup.

-Met chief fears social media is leading to increase in street violence as things flare up more

-John Mann claiming there could be 5,000 cases of alleged anti-Semitism to deal with, wants Livingstone expelled

-Allegations that female Labour MP's unhappy at party HQ's failure to deal with allegations of wife-beating about one male MP, Labour saying it hasn't received a formal complaint but is investigating

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-Bishop of London the Right Reverend Sarah Mullally (sun) with an Easter message of hope

-Nick Cohen sees parallels with Hungry in our current politics
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:17 pm

-Corbyn has deleted his personal Facebook account, nothing sinister but had been security concerns and worries about getting added into groups that would lead to problems

-Justice Department concerned at bailiff's behaviour

-Alison Saunders leaving as head of Crown Prosecution Service as contract is up

-Phil Wilson on anti-Semitism

-Tulip Saddiq on Zaghari-Ratcliffe

-Eddie Izzard on joining the NEC and what Labour needs

-Andrew Neill's segment on anti-Semitism in This Week moving

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-Steerpike has 50 allegations of anti-Semitism against Labour

-Toynbee on miserable mood on both sides of Brexit divide

-Harun Rashid Khan, secretary general of Muslim Council of Britain, on government's integration strategy

-Harry Phibbs on local elections

-Dominic Lawson on Corbynite intolerance and anti-Semitism

-Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett tires to rally the young to fight against Brexit
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Re: UK Politics

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Tue Apr 03, 2018 6:29 pm

-Unhappiness that Corbyn, in a personal capacity, celebrated Seder by going with controversial group Jewdas who feel the more mainstream Jewish groups have an anti-Corbyn agenda and that anti-Semitism claims are fake (with a massive F you all in their official statement. Literally does include the f you). The chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Karen Pollock has condemned Corbyn for "It was clearly deliberate. No question of intent. Mocking. And disrespectful.", Jewdas member Charlotte Nicholas defends his visit

-Momentum says Labour has failed on anti-Semitism, the complaints should not be seen as right-wing smears but that there is a bias in the left that must be addressed. Seems to have gone down well

-Labour drop council candidate Roy Smart after accusations he questioned Holocaust

-Fox proposes ringfencing Sky News or selling it to Disney (who have now formally offered to do just that)

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-Lord Flight on housing

-Lord Lansley being treated for bowel cancer

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-Stephen Glover accuses NUT and BMA of lies and weaponizing issues

-Bush on latest anti-Semitism row
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