Can you imagine a situation where a Conservative MP facing accusations of impregnating a woman during an affair, hiring her in his office and then firing her at his wife’s insistence and refusing to pay child support wouldn’t be headline news? I can’t. Yet that is the case with Liberal MP Geng Tan, a member […]
Reports claim that at least three of the influencers made partisan comments in the past.
Always read the small print. Especially in the case of giving money to those who don't need it – and to be clear, I am talking about Israel Folau, former rugby star and self-proclaimed bastion of moral heights in this world of alleged vice and greed. From the time of this writing, its alluring, self-service […]
Yowzers! Where to start with Boris Johnson’s bungling appearance on the wireless yesterday morning? He staggered, he guffawed, he waved his arms. At times, he flapped and flailed so desperately he was like a toddler at the local swimming baths who’s just given his rubber-ring the slip. Twenty-three. That was the number of times he […]
Ed Davey, leadership candidate for the Liberal Democratic Party, was forced to apologize after stating that his electoral strategy could "behead that blond head" of Boris Johnson. The liberal democratic leader is chosen by the party members at a postal vote. To be a candidate, a Member must obtain the candidacy of at least 10% […]
The winner of the contest to replace Theresa May as leader of Britain’s ruling Conservatives and prime minister will be announced on July 23, the ruling party said Tuesday. Former foreign minister Boris Johnson is the favourite in the race, battling Britain’s current top diplomat, Jeremy Hunt. The two candidates were chosen from a field […]
Winchester Liberal Democrats have one of the most impressive records of holding on to not only local government success but also general election vote share of all the former Lib Dem-held seats.
With Parliament not expected to resume handling of Bill C-417, it looks as though it will officially die when the writ drops to mark the start of the 2019 federal election.
Boris Johnson said he makes buses out of old wine crates to relax. He says he likes to unwind by painting. The former mayor of London, whose term in office included the introduction of a new 'Boris' bus to the capital's streets, which is speaking to TalkRadio. The Conservative MP is currently campaigning to win […]
One MP seemed close to tears when she challenged them protest against LGBT equality theoryand insisted: "We will not return to the closet." Former Labor Minister Angela Eagle, who emerged as the first openly gay MP in 1997, said such training was not about "propaganda" or "trying to make people gay," but about respect for […]
The winner of the contest to replace Theresa May as leader of Britain’s ruling Conservatives and prime minister will be announced on July 23. Former foreign minister Boris Johnson is currently the favourite in the race, battling Britain’s current top diplomat, Jeremy Hunt. The two candidates were chosen from a field of 10 by the […]
By Becky Johnson, Midlands Correspondent A gay MP collapsed in the House of Commons, arguing for lessons on same-sex relationships. Angela Eagle told MPs: "We will not go into the closet, hide and be ashamed of it, we will not allow a generation of currently-educated students to go through what students 80 had to endure […]
Multimedia playback is not supported on your device Legend of the mediaJeremy Hunt: I'm trustworthy & # 39; Jeremy Hunt said the next Prime Minister should be a trustworthy person, otherwise the UK would run a general election and not Brexit. In an interview with the BBC, the Foreign Secretary said that the ability to […]
Just days after losing his seat, Tory MP convicted for faking expenses reselected by party to stand in by-election Former Conservative MP Chris Davies has been selected by the party to fight for the same parliamentary seat he lost following a recall petition triggered by his conviction for faking expenses claims. More than 10,000 people in the […]
REGINA—The Saskatchewan government says its arguments against the federal carbon tax could be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada before the end of the year, but after the federal election. The province says it has been notified that the reference case has been tentatively set for Dec. 5. Saskatchewan appealed to the country’s highest […]