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The deputy Labour leader's attempt to play hardball with the rightwing newspaper has played right into its hands Continue to article
The Daily Mail's attempt to destroy the deputy Labour leader's reputation is McCarthyite Continue to article
Emily Thornberry described the Daily Mail's attempt to get Harriet Harman to apologise for links between the National Council for Civil Liberties and a paedophile group as "ridiculous". “She’s said that she regrets that the organisation ... Continue to article
Aides to Ed Miliband say Harriet #Harman discussed with Labour leader this morning her attack on #Mail for publishing indecent pix of girls
Nadine Dorries defended Harriet Harman against any suggestion she had condoned paedophilia. "There was a period in time in the 70s where organisations like PIE that represented paedophiles thought that they were next, thought that h... Continue to article
Jon Ashworth said Harriet Harman was "quite right" to point out the Daily Mail's hypocrisy on paedophilia. "Harriet has been very clear: she said that the suggestion of the Daily Mail that she was some apologist for paedophilia and this ... Continue to article
Harriet Harman said she was not going to apologise over allegations in the Daily Mail that she was involved with the Paedophile Information Exchange. "I'm not going to apologise because I've got nothing to apologise for. I very much regr... Continue to article
Chris Leslie dismissed the Daily Mail's allegations against Harriet Harman as "absurd". "Harriet has been under a lot of attack by the Daily Mail on this and she said she regreats that this odious organisation had this affiliation fee se... Continue to article
Good morning everyone, thanks for coming. Today is about two things: 1. Getting the Conservative family together, to introduce some of our candidates. 2. And talking about our mission; what a Conservative majority would really mean... Continue to article
British manufacturing is to slide to 20th position in the world competitiveness rankings over the next five years unless there are serious efforts to reverse the slide. The UK is currently ranked 17th, according to a global index published by Deloitte.
Business and Enterprise minister Mark Prisk has written to Vince Cable expressing his concerns that the introduction of local economic partnerships to promote growth could be a “failure in large parts of England”. In a letter obtained by The Times, Mr Prisk says the coalition policy has caused “strong concerns” among business leaders and could be “in danger of failing to aid economic growth”.
Shadow business secretary Pat McFadden has written to Vince Cable asking who knew that Tory party donor Andrew Cook lobbying has lobbied the government to cancel a loan to Sheffield Forgemasters. Nick Clegg has called the allegations "absurd".
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