Surely he must ask for a by election now to confirm if they want him standing as a Labour / TIG / Change / LIb or whatever way the wind blows, must be very confusing for everyone concerned. How have the Libs accepted him into their party with his previous political leaning? Oh that's right they are another party that don't stick to their principles.
Wage growth beat market and economist expectations in the three months to April.
Pay rose by 3.4% compared with a year ago. After taking inflation into account, wage growth was 1.4%, official figures show.
The unemployment rate remained at 3.8%, and has not been lower since the October to December 1974 period, the Office for National Statistics said.
The employment rate for women was 72%, the highest on record.
This is after changes to the state pension age leading to fewer women retiring between the ages of 60 and 65.
Matt Hughes, deputy head of labour market statistics at the ONS, said: "With employment growth among women coming from full-timers, the overall gap between men and women in hours worked is now the lowest ever - women now average about three-quarters of men's weekly hours, compared with around two-thirds 25 years ago."
And PwC chief economist John Hawksworth said it was "interesting" that female employment rose by 60,000 compared with the previous quarter, while male employment fell by 27,000.
"This is consistent with a longer-term trend towards a narrowing gender employment gap.
"Male employment is still higher at around 80%, but this is well below its historical highs of over 90% back in the 1970s."
Tej Parikh, chief economist at the Institute of Directors, said: "The buoyant labour market is still going strong for the UK economy, even as it weathers widespread political uncertainty."
The turnout was only 37% and was the ideal time for the Remoaners showing they meant business and wanted to Remain. However that was 50% below the turnout when we voted to Leave. This just adds to the fact that the nation wants us to Leave and get behind our Nigel.
:19 Chancellor Merkel had just given a speech about the upcoming European Council summit in Brussels. 0:26 Valerian is a herb that helps you fall asleep. 1:18 In February 2016 (4 months before the Brexit referendum) David Cameron went to the EU looking for concessions regarding Britain's relationship with the EU, he got little in return. 3:33 The 1963 Élysée Treaty established stronger links between France and Germany. The 2019 Aachen Treaty was intended as a renewal / deepening of this treaty. 4:07 Qualified voting in the EU: decisions need a yes vote from 55% of the 28 members AND 65% of the population. 5:27 Barnier said this in 2016, according to French magazine Le Point. 6:07 The AfD's position is that first the EU needs to be reformed, only if those reforms are not possible should Germany leave. 6:26 This part about Britain sounds a bit odd (like a non-sequitur) in German too, but that's what she said. She may have phrased it like this becasue she used "include" in the previous sentence when listing the reforms the EU needs.
How come this is not being reported by the news channels in this country yet a poorly attended march in london gets loads of coverage? Makes you think they don't want the population in this country to realise how the citizens of France are also having problems with the rich elite who think they know better than the people that voted them in. Very strange indeed.
It will keep everyone on here from the remain side wanting to score points against the now suffering Brexiteers. It will just add a longer disappointment time for the remainers while they keep clutching at straws for any small glimpse of getting a losers vote or ending Brexit in its tracks.
As it was agreed in their party conference, i said at the time Corbyn would not allow it. i was shouted down by several saying that Corbyn would back one, how come they have just rejected the vote to have one?