Separate names with a comma.
Not an easy mistake to make, but the BBC managed it
Frank Dobson, 79, Labour minister who contested the first London Mayoral contest in 2000
General election 2019: 'Cyber-attack' on Labour Party digital platforms
It's Diane Abbott. She forgot her password
I would have thought in areas where, as you say, there will never be a Tory win, Johnson could concede to The Brexit Party and let them through....
Interesting. As you say it will help the Tories in the South, but not in the North where the Tories are hoping to make ground. Hard to predict how...
Yes, agreed, so long as this drop hands agreement is reciprocal and the Tories don't dilutue TBP votes in places like Hartlepool where Richard...
This could be huge. Haven't heard whether Tories will contest in certain Northern seats where they have zero chance of winning. Surely better not
You mean like Yasmin Alibhai-Brown?
Sorry for your loss, Bob. 97 is a fantastic age, but I can see from your post he will be badly missed. Enjoy your stay in Lanzarote and come back...
Every time he goes to their restaurants
Thought you might be able to work that one out. Corbyn is 70 now, and 38 then - circa 1987.
Hope that's not a homophobic joke you're making there...
Are our defensive coaches doing their job?
Nice interview with Dave Thomas on Radio 4 Today programme, and the tale of how his Dad took him to football matches as a youngster in the 1950's...
David Blunkett says he 'despairs' about Labour and antisemitism
Labour peer also strongly critical about Jeremy Corbyn and...
Very millennial of you to say so :emoticon-0100-smile
Which is why I believe Corbyn is going to fail, and the smaller parties gain, including Brexit. Personally, I think Corbyn will be gone by Christmas
The majority will go with the Boris deal. All the heavyweights are behind it. Nigel just has Richard Tice and Anne Widdecombe.
And the 52% who voted Leave would accept that, would they?