On May 1, to mark International Workers’ Day — which I celebrated quietly at home — John Mc Donnell, shadow chancellor, went to Trafalgar Square and addressed his “brothers and sisters”.
And there, a few weeks before the general election, one of the most powerful people in the Labour Party spoke of the need for solidarity underneath the flags of President Assad’s Baath Party and the hammer and sickle of a Stalinist faction of the Communist Party.
Read this pathetic response to a nurse from Tory MP Charles Walker, illustrating why these Tories are unfit to represent the public pic.twitter.com/ns B17bp SKv — Chris Williamson MP (@Derby Chris W) July 3, 2017He continued: “If the Labour Party wants to be taken seriously it needs to be led by serious people.
People who have the gravitas and standing of past Labour giants such as Attlee, Bevan, Blair and Brown.” Chris Williamson, Labour MP for Derby North described the letter as “pathetic”, saying the message demonstrated the Conservative Party was “unfit to represent the public”.
So identifying as a male feminist is a tricky line to walk. But keep in mind that you'll get kudos just for taking on the term as your own; it may even help you gain trust extra-quickly with women you're dating. Nobody put a gun to your head and made you make out with this person, so own your choices and their effects.
Discuss casual sex as casual sex, and ambiguous sex as ambiguous sex.
MPs voted against a Labour amendment to the Queen’s Speech to force the Government to drop the pay cap on public sector workers in June.
But Mr Walker’s comments, made shortly after the vote, emerged amid growing calls for wage increases from within the Tory party.
This paper introduces a new problem-based exercise specifically for teaching international relations (IR) theories that builds on existing problem-based approaches by incorporating analogies and an exemplar-based approach to concept learning.
Teaching complex IR theories to students, who are often early in their academic careers, can be a challenge for many academic staff.