Tories urged to 'change hard' to win over young voters after disastrous election - NW Evening Mail

First Secretary of State Damian Green will tell Tories they must modernise after trailing Labour by 30 percentage points among voters aged 18 to 35. 1 July 2017 12:30AM. Theresa May's most senior minister will warn Conservatives not to "keep calm and ...

Saturday 1 - Morning Star Online

The House of Commons vote on the Queen's Speech offered an obvious opportunity for the right of the Labour Party to make their peace with Jeremy Corbyn and play a constructive role in the left's transformative project. But it was snubbed, says VINCE ...

May narrowly wins confidence vote - The Japan News

AFP-JijiLONDON (AFP-Jiji) — British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly won a confidence vote in parliament on Thursday, highlighting the weakness of her Conservative Party which lost its majority in a shock general election result earlier last month.

Is he having a laugh? Corbyn to lead huge protest where he will DEMAND he becomes PM - Express.co.uk

JEREMY Corbyn has been condemned after it was announced he will lead a massive protest by leftwingers tomorrow aimed at bringing down the elected Government. By David Maddox, Political Correspondent. PUBLISHED: 18:48, Fri, Jun 30, 2017 ...

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

Emily Thornberry … 'the last thing we want is for there to be faux battles.' Photograph: Christian Sinibaldi for the Guardian. EU referendum and Brexit. Emily Thornberry accuses Chuka Umunna of virtue signalling on EU vote. Shadow foreign secretary ...

Labour rebels dismiss accusations of fuelling Brexit 'division' - Yorkshire Post

Labour rebels have hit back at accusations that they are fueling internal “divisions” over Brexit, as they argue the party leadership must take a stronger line on preserving Britain's links to the EU. A total of 49 Labour MPs chose to defy Jeremy ...

Jeremy Corbyn is “serious about power” says axed Labour minister - The Scotsman

One of the four Labour frontbenchers who lost their jobs because they disagreed with Jeremy Corbyn on Brexit policy has said the episode shows he is “serious about returning to power”. Labour was accused of being in turmoil after 50 MPs rebelled ...

A union leader has called out the Labour right for letting the Tories off the hook [TWEETS] - The Canary

The head of Britain's biggest public sector union, Unison, has accused some Labour MPs of needlessly splitting the party over Europe; and of doing so just when Corbyn was piling the pressure on the Tories to lift the pay cap on public sector workers.

Momentum Activists Take Control Of Local Labour Parties Ahead of Brighton Conference - HuffPost UK

The grassroots campaign group Momentum is building on Jeremy Corbyn's general election “surge” by taking control of local parties ahead of the annual Labour conference, HuffPost UK can reveal. In a move to entrench Corbyn's vision and direction, the ...

"Right honourable friends": 5 crises facing the Tory-DUP government after week 1 - CommonSpace

THERE have been few governments in UK history which faced so many problems so soon into their term in government. The Tory-DUP deal, which was needed to create a slim Commons majority for the right, was finally agreed on Monday (26 June).

Jeremy Corbyn is hypocritical for sacking MPs who didn't stand with him - The Independent

So Jeremy Corbyn, having a record of voting against his party's policy over 500 times during his parliamentary career, then sacks a number of his front bench spokes-persons for doing the same thing on the issue of a positive amendment tabled by Chuka ...

Labour Chairman Ian Lavery Admits Party Shake-up Could Mean MPs Face Deselection - HuffPost UK

Labour is “too broad a church” and the current crop of MPs must “work very hard” to avoid deselection, the party's new chairman has said. Ian Lavery told HuffPost UK that Labour will also fund an army of new “community champions” to organise at a ...

Brexit: Labour rebels vow to continue single market fight - BBC News

Labour MPs who back staying in the EU single market have vowed to keep the pressure up on the government and their own leadership in the Brexit process. Fifty Labour MPs defied Jeremy Corbyn's orders and backed single market membership in a vote on ...

Why Theresa May is about to start drinking in Parliament's bars - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Yesterday, the Queen's Speech cleared Parliament with every amendment defeated. This shows that Theresa May's £1bn deal with the DUP is working when it comes to votes on key legislation. However, as Isabel notes, while it can govern in a technical ...

Week ahead in Parliament - BBC News

The last time I noted a quiet-looking parliamentary week ahead, the prime minister went and called an election, so it is with some trepidation that I suggest that next week's agendas in the Commons and Lords look a little short of drama. Labour MPs are ...

'No jobs for traitors': Corbyn allies bid to tighten grip on Labour after he suffers major rebellion over Brexit and ... - Daily Mail

Jeremy Corbyn is facing a growing mutiny over Brexit as his allies plot to tighten their grip on Labour in the wake of the party's election advance. The leader has been emboldened after he defied expectations by gaining seats on June 8, with left ...

Farage: Sacking Labour Remainers Shows Corbyn's 'True Brexit Colours' - Breitbart News

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has sacked three MPs from his Shadow government for voting to keep Britain inside the European Union's Single Market and Customs Union. Andy Slaughter and Ruth Cadbury, shadow ministers for housing, and Catherine ...

'Why did 101 MPs vote against the will of the people?' QT audience savages Remoaner voters - Express.co.uk

A QUESTION TIME audience member launched a scathing attack on the 101 MPs who backed Chuka Umunna's Queen's Speech challenging seeking to guarantee single market membership after Brexit. By Joe Barnes. PUBLISHED: 15:06, Fri, Jun 30, 2017 ...

Tory backbenchers force weakened Theresa May into abortion U-turn - The Australian

British Prime Minister Theresa May was forced into a new policy on abortion to halt a rebellion by Conservative backbenchers. In a move that was seized on as a sign of the government's weak grip on power, Mrs May on Thursday caved in to pressure to pay ...

Labour won't carry out reshuffle until next week because they can't find enough people to replace sacked Brexit rebels - The Sun

JEREMY CORBYN has been forced to delay his reshuffle after struggling to find Labour MPs to serve in his top team. The Labour leader sacked three shadow ministers and another quit after they defied him on Brexit and voted in favour of Britain staying ...