ComRes/Sunday Express have published their latest polls. They asked 2,038 adults, and it looks tight, but the local elections in London will see Labour most likely win a landslide. With the polls for the UK general, Labour have a one point lead: CON 40 (-4) LAB 41 (=) LD… Continue reading Latest polls revealed for London and UK general
Amber Rudd has faced lots of criticism for her handling of the Windrush scandal and her supposed and/or alleged lack of knowledge of deportation targets despite receiving a memo about it - it seems clear now her position as Home Secretary is hanging by a thread. Once seen as a possible successor to Theresa May,… Continue reading Will Amber Rudd resign?
It has just been confirmed that Donald Trump will meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. The BBC has confirmed this, stating: “The shock announcement was made by senior South Korean officials in Washington, who passed on a letter from the North Korean leader. They said Mr Kim had also agreed to halt nuclear and missile… Continue reading Trump to meet Kim Jong-un, BBC confirm
The Labour Party has retaken the lead in the polls as Tory MP Ben Bradley was not only forced to officially apologise to Corbyn for his false claims that Corbyn was a colluder with the Communist regime of the former Czechoslovakia, he has also had to give a undisclosed sum of money to a charity… Continue reading Labour lead polls as Tory MP forced to apologise over Corbyn spy lies
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