Tag Archives: Dominic Rabb

UK Soldier Killed in Rocket Attack in Iraq

A UK Soldier and two Americans have been killed following a rocket attack on their base in Iraq. The Ministry of Defence has confirmed than investigation is ongoing and the Prime Minister has described the attack as “deplorable.” At least 12 people were injured in the attack on the Taji military camp, 30 miles north of Baghdad with the US

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Work & Pensions Secretary Describes Foodbanks as “Perfect” for Poverty

This shows Therese Coffey split screen with a foodbank donation

Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey MP has caused outrage after stating that foodbanks are the “perfect way to try and marry the challenges that people do face in difficult times in the life.” The already unpopular head of the Department and Work and Pensions (DWP) Coffey, was responding to a question from new Labour MP, Zarah Sultana at Work

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The Latest Poll Isn’t Good News for The Tories

Boris Johnson standing at a lecturn

YouGov have released their much anticipated MRP poll seeing the Tories lead halved since the last one on November 27th. The MRP method was one of the few polls to correctly predict the 2017 General Election result. Although the result still has the Tories in the lead, some seats given to the Tories are simply too close to call. This

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UN visit will leave Tories nowhere to hide on poverty failings

Theresa May UN

The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) are sending a world renowned human rights and law Professor to the UK in November. What won’t please the government, is that he has asked for public submissions to aid him in his investigation. This will make it hard for the Tories to spin as teething issues. The United Nations Human Rights Council

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Dominic Raab attempts to mislead MPs & what’s in thy ‘hallowed’ Brexit white paper?

Dominic Rabb Commons

New Brexit Secretary Dominic Rabb has already tried to pull the wool over the eyes of MPs by not giving them prior access to the governments white paper before he addressed parliament on it. Is this a sign of things to come?

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