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Noam Chomsky and Over 100 Intellectuals Denounce ‘Savage’ Media Treatment of Britain’s Jeremy Corbyn - Truthdig:  “We do not expect journalists to give any elected leader an easy ride,” they wrote in a letter published by The Guardian, “but Corbyn has been treated from the start as a problem to be solved rather than as a politician to be taken seriously.”  - 2016/07/10

Noam Chomsky and Over 100 Intellectuals Denounce 'Savage' Media Treatment of Britain's Jeremy Corbyn

"We do not expect journalists to give any elected leader an easy ride," they wrote in a letter published by The Guardian, "but Corbyn has been treated from the start as a problem to be solved rather than as a politician to be taken seriously.

Jeremy Corbyn

I’m challenging Labour’s £25 leadership vote fee – here’s why

High court rules Labour leader can be heard in donor’s legal challenge over his inclusion on ballot paper

Judge Jeanine Pirro explained how President Trump should manage the leaks that have been surfacing out of the administration. Jeanine underlined who she thinks is really responsible. Unsurprisingly, she said she believes it is Obama. There are still some who are loyal to Obama who are left in Trump’s administration and she believes that these are the same people who are leaking the materials and that they must be held accountable for their actions. “I don’t think there’s any question about…

Obama is a big problem.

Drunken David Cameron ends final cabinet meeting with mass brawl

Drunken David Cameron ends final cabinet meeting with mass brawl

This week, British politics reached an unbelievable low. As he attempted to respond to the Prime Minister’s statement on Europe yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was disrupted and drowned out by a group of Tory MPs shouting the familiar football chant, “Who are ya, who are ya, who are ya!”
 
 You may have seen the video yourself and had a little laugh at it – indeed Andy Burnham, Labour’s domestic spokesman had a chuckle himself. However, the implications are anything but funny.

As Tories drowned out Corbyn with a football chant, politics hit a new low

This week, British politics reached an unbelievable low. As he attempted to respond to the Prime Minister’s statement on Europe yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was disrupted and drowned out by a group of Tory MPs shouting the familiar football chant, “Who are ya, who are ya, who are ya!” You may have seen the video yourself and had a little laugh at it – indeed Andy Burnham, Labour’s domestic spokesman had a chuckle himself. However, the implications are anything but funny.

Ray Winstone, the voice of Tobermory in The Wombles

Ray Winstone joins cast of new series of The Wombles

Ray Winstone, the voice of Tobermory in The Wombles

Liam Fox loses Tory race, but bags George Foreman grill and a magazine subscription

Britain is woefully unprepared for the thing I told it to vote for and it’s everyone’s fault but mine, Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced today.

選區重劃 勞動黨魁自己選區不保

The Week, July 2016 MP says attempted coup is 'finished' as new party members appear to side with leader Labour rebels are "in retreat", according to the Daily Telegraph, after several senior MPs told the newspaper Jeremy Corbyn would triump

Nigel Farage has announced his resignation as leader of UKIP slightly earlier than usual this year.

Nigel Farage announces his annual resignation

Angela Eagle and Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn’s critics are hellbent on destroying the party they claim to love

Jeremy Corbyn will be automatically included on the ballot in the leadership contest against Angela Eagle, Labour's National Executive Committee rules.

Theresa May is a-OK in tackling the issue of poison as she's been dealing with Michael Gove for years.

Theresa May is a-OK in tackling the issue of poison as she's been dealing with Michael Gove for years.

Oscar Pistorius in his first TV interview has gone into graphic detail about the night that he killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in February 2013 after firing four times through a locked toilet door.

Oscar Pistorius has got people talking after a snippet from his upcoming ITV interview was released in which he reveals that Reeva Steenkamp would want him to walk free …

Austerity

The Blairite coup against Jeremy Corbyn has sorely misjudged the public mood.

Corbyn Coup Misjudges Public Mood

The Blairite coup against Jeremy Corbyn has sorely misjudged the public mood. The economy is in free fall and the rampant racism unleashed by the Leave c.

Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair said Friday there was nothing preventing a second Brexit referendum and warned that the break-up would be "very, very tough" as European leaders were in an unforgiving mood.

Britain could hold second EU vote, says ex-PM Blair

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