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Corbyn sacks three frontbenchers after single market vote - The Guardian

Andy Slaughter, Catherine West and Ruth Cadbury voted for amendment calling for UK to stay in EU single market. Anushka Asthana Political editor. Fri 30 Jun 2017 02.38 EDT First published on Thu 29 Jun 2017 14.09 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on ...and more »

Canterbury: 'We made a difference. You don't have to accept things as they are' - The Guardian

After the most stunning election in recent history, Guardian reporters are writing from four key constituencies to make sense of the results. In Canterbury, Harriet Sherwood and photographer Martin Godwin find renewed enthusiasm for Labour in a ...and more »

Emily Thornberry accuses Chuka Umunna of virtue signalling on EU vote - The Guardian

Shadow foreign secretary calls Labour divisions a distraction and claims the manifesto, not the leader, was the real star of the party's election campaign. Heather Stewart. Fri 30 Jun 2017 13.34 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.37 EST. Share on ...and more »

Three shadow ministers fired and one quits Jeremy Corbyn's frontbench team over Labour Brexit policy - Mirror.co.uk

Three shadow ministers have been fired and one quit after defying Jeremy Corbyn over Europe. The four Labour frontbenchers were among 49 rebels who disobeyed the party whip to back a call for the UK to stay in Europe's single market and customs union.and more »

Time is running out for Remainer MPs who want to prevent a hard Brexit - New Statesman

It was a tale of two votes last night. The first didn't happen – the government retreated over reproductive rights rather than be defeated on Stella Creasy's amendment, meaning Northern Irish women who travel to England to access an abortion will ...and more »

Theresa May faces embarrassing rebellion after Tory MPs threaten not to back Queen's Speech - The Sun

THERESA May faces an embarrassing rebellion tonight after some Tory MPs threatened not to back her Queen's Speech. The PM must win a key Commons vote on her plan for two years of new laws, or her Government will fall. Theresa May faces ...and more »

The UK has a government: Theresa May's Queen's Speech passes as MPs defeat all amendments - Business Insider

The House of Commons votes to pass the Queen's Speech. Tory and DUP MPs team up to defeat opposition amendments on Brexit and austerity. Stella Creasy withdraws her abortion rights amendment after government agrees to let Northern Irish women ...and more »

The Centrist Suicide Note - Jacobin magazine

Jeremy Corbyn's recent success has finally deflated New Labour's favorite boogeyman: Michael Foot's 1983 general election defeat. Jeremy Corbyn in Glasgow on June 7, 2017. jeremy_corbynmp / Instagram. Our spring issue, looking at the democratic ...and more »

Theresa May struggles to contain tensions over Brexit and austerity - Financial Times

Theresa May faces the first big test for her new government on Thursday when parliament votes to approve her Queen's Speech as tensions over Brexit and austerity loom over her fragile administration. Mrs May this week bought the support of 10 ...and more »

Theresa May survives her first parliamentary test since the election as Labour's bid to sabotage the Queen's Speech ... - Daily Mail

Theresa May today survived her first parliamentary test since the election when a Labour bid to sabotage the Queen's Speech was voted down in the Commons. Jeremy Corbyn had tabled an amendment calling for an end to the public sector pay cap and for ...and more »