"The new rule, introduced by card vote 15, means byelection candidates will be chosen by a five-member panel, three of whom will be selected by the constituency party executive.
One local party source said: “It is well known that Keith (Vaz!) and his allies have great influence over Leicester East CLP [constituency Labour party]. This rule change effectively allows them to choose the next Labour candidate, if, as expected, Claudia is forced out.”
Boris Johnson asked a journalist if he had ever eaten a bacon sandwich, saying: "Those pigs when you ate them, were not alive".
When asked about the prime minister's remarks, Mr Berkshire told Today: "He is unable to see the difference between what we have as a UK supply chain...[and] the absolute abhorrent food wastage that will be the case if we end up having to shoot healthy pigs". He said the animals "in every other way would be fit for everyone to eat but we are just going to end up having to put them in a skip and send them for incineration".
There would be a delicious irony if the pigs take their revenge on the Eton/Oxford boys.
“The early data from after the conference, with most of the fieldwork taking place immediately after the leader’s speech on Wednesday, saw the Conservatives retain a narrow lead and Starmer’s approval ratings hold stubbornly in negative territory. This is despite a crisis that voters both directly blame the government for handling poorly and also blame its flagship policy of Brexit for contributing to. It appears Labour has yet to demonstrate that it would be an improvement on the current government, despite its flaws.”
On the plus side it could be boom time for exploitation in Vietnam and Mexico...
"Romero Macau believes many companies could take the chance to move manufacturing away from China, where the supply of cheap labour that launched its economic miracle is drying up, to countries such as Vietnam and Mexico. The latter, he said, has cheaper labour costs than China, making it attractive especially for American companies."