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The Government are publishing bland, non-committal papers as a smokescreen - Keir Starmer

Keir Starmer MP, Labour’s Shadow
Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
, commenting on the Government’s
latest Brexit policy papers, said:

“These papers come months after
the EU published their plans and offer precious little new information or
concrete proposals.

“It is increasingly clear that the
Government...Read More »


It doesn't take a genius to work out the Tories are wrecking the NHS - Madders

Justin
Madders MP, Shadow Minister for Health
,
responding to comments made by Stephen Hawking on the NHS, said: 

“It
doesn’t take a genius to work out the Tories are wrecking the NHS. Professor
Hawking has given us answers to many of the universe’s most challenging
questions and even he...Read More »


After seven years of failure, Conservative Ministers have no plan to fix the housing crisis - Healey

John
Healey MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Housing
, responding to Resolution
Foundation research showing an increase in the number of second home-owners,
said:

“While
a growing number of people are now second home owners, the prospect of buying a
first home remains a distant dream for many...Read More »


Khalid Mahmood statement on terrorist attack in Barcelona

Khalid
Mahmood MP, Labour’s Shadow Europe Minister,
responding to the terrorist attack in Barcelona,
said:

“Our
thoughts are with all those killed and injured in the cowardly attack on Las
Ramblas in Barcelona.

"It
bears all the hallmarks of similar atrocities we have seen in other cities,
from Nice to...Read More »


Jeremy Corbyn writes to Theresa May to call for further action on Grenfell Inquiry

Following the publication of the
Terms of Reference of the Grenfell Inquiry, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the
Labour Party, has written to Theresa May calling for further action.

In the letter, Corbyn raises
concerns about the “decision to exclude the broader social and political issues
raised by the...Read More »


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