Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson was in Mansfield today urging voters to back their local Labour candidate and longstanding MP as the June election draws closer.He came just days after Prime Minister.. Nottingham Post
The deputy leader of the Labour Party has said the party is fighting "everyday" to close the gap on the Conservatives in the polls. Tom Watson's comments come after he made a stop in Scunthorpe during.. Scunthorpe Telegraph
The Labour party has detailed its plans for the arts and culture sector in a cultural manifesto, but would not answer questions from creative industries representatives on its policies.
Party leader.. City A.M.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is visiting Hull today with his party pledging to set up a £1bn culture fund if it wins the general election. Labour say it will be one of the largest ever arts.. Hull Daily Mail
Along with the rest of the country, voters from across Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire will go to the polls on June 8. From now until election day we'll be bringing you all the latest news,.. The Sentinel Stoke
FRANCE 24's Tom Burges Watson heads to France's stunning Richelieu National Library. He’s given a special tour of the magnificent Salle Labrouste, which has only just been restored to its former.. France 24
The Conservative party has maintained a strong lead over the Labour party in the latest poll ahead of the 8 June snap election.
Theresa May's Conservative party came in at 46 per cent in an ORB.. City A.M.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Conservative party will win a "Margaret Thatcher style" landslide in next month's national election unless the Labour party improves its poll ratings, according to Tom.. Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India •DNA •City A.M.
After a series of stonking victories for the Conservative Party in the local elections, Theresa May has said she "will not take anything for granted" as her rival admitted: "we've got four weeks to.. City A.M.
“My chances of being PM are about as good as the chances of finding Elvis on Mars, or my being reincarnated as an olive.” -— Boris Johnson, UK Foreign Secretary
Few characters in history have.. Eurasia Review