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REMINDER: NONE OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS WHICH ARE ABOUT TO BE SAID HERE ARE REAL AND MADE TO OFFEND ANY PARLIAMENTARY INDIVIDUAL CONCERNED. .]] David Moyes, former manager of football clubs such as Manchester United, has been elected as the new leader of the Labour Party in a landslide victory, following the sacking of his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn amid a widely publiczed corruption scandal which had engulfed the party in turmoil since the beginning of the year.
His merely iconic victory in that election has given rise to the radical side of British politics, a political tactic in which would be no match for the Conservatives.
So, what does his triumphant victory mean for his party and what do his policies for a Labour government stand for?
The…Read more >
REMINDER: NONE OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS WHICH ARE ABOUT TO BE SAID HERE ARE REAL AND MADE TO OFFEND ANY PARLIAMENTARY INDIVIDUAL CONCERNED.was elected as Labour leader, gaining a staggering 78.23% of the vote.]]
On 10 July 2016, The radical-left Labour MP David Moyes was elected as it leader in a dramatic landslide victory, Gaining a staggering 78.23% of the vote, the first of its kind in a century. Andy Burnham finished second, whilst Chi Onwurah and Owen Smith finishing third and fourth, respectively.
Moyes put together his Shadow Cabinet in a hurry, and named his first Shadow Cabinet appointments on 11 July and announced its full composition on 12 July.
One of Labour's largest reshuffles, the announcement was further delayed by a large numb…Read more >
REMINDER: NONE OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS WHICH ARE ABOUT TO BE SAID HERE ARE REAL AND MADE TO OFFEND ANY PARLIAMENTARY INDIVIDUAL CONCERNED.was sacked as an MP and Labour leader in June 2016, prompting a leadership election and a by-election in his former Islington North constituency.]]
On 11 June 2016, The Labour Party, though its Deputy Leader Tom Watson, announced that Jeremy Corbyn had been sacked as the party's leader and as a Member of Parliament in response to his inability to take action on the corruption scandal within the party, amid the widely-publicized corruption scandal which had engulfed the party for many months, triggering both a By-election in his constituency Islington North, and a leadership election, due to take place wit…Read more >
REMINDER: NONE OF THE FOLLOWING EVENTS WHICH ARE ABOUT TO BE SAID HERE ARE REAL AND MADE TO OFFEND ANY PARLIAMENTARY INDIVIDUAL CONCERNED.was forced to wear Privy Council attire under trade union law, as he was a convicted felon responsible for the corruption preparations.]]
On June 2, 2015 a tribunal letter was published, claiming that Gareth Thomas was party to a potential bribe paid to the Chairman of Ways and Means Lindsay Hoyle in relation to ballot votes in his Parliamentary Seat of Chorley for the 2010 General Election, Sir Alan Duncan, a Conservative, was also a convicted felon responsible for preparing those raids, and under Trade Union Law, was forced to appear in public in his Privy Council attire.
Despite denying any wrongdoing, …Read more >
, where nine Labour officials were arrested on January 3, 2016]] On January 16, 2016, The Ministry of Justice disclosed cases of corruption by officials and associates connected with the Labour Party, the UK political party that forms Her Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition, provisionally arresting several Labour officials, including, but not limited to:
- The Rt Hon Lord Falconer PC QC - Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Justice Secretary
- Jon Trickett MP - Shadow Communities Secretary
- Jamie Reed MP - MP for Copeland
- Gordon Marsden MP - MP for Blackpool South
- Meg Hillier MP - MP for Hackney South and Shoreditch