During his nearly four decades as an MP, Sir David was a tireless champion of the town’s cause, leading a campaign which gained significant local support.
Author: Cameron Holloway
Over 80 per cent of Labour Party members support Proportional Representation. So why did a motion supporting it fail? And what next?
Perhaps predictably, media reporting of this year’s Labour Party Conference has tended to focus on internal wranglings. It was perhaps only on Wednesday, with the leader’s speech, that the spotlight swung to Keir Starmer himself, his rivalry with Boris Johnson, and the often repeated question of what Starmer ‘stands for’. But the conference was also a chance to learn more about what Labour would do in government.
Professor Stephen Toope has announced that he will be stepping down as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge at the end of this academic year. Cambridge University Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Toope is to step down next year. The Canadian, who has led the university throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, said he will be leaving in […]
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The Government’s attitude to refugees is immoral, economically short-sighted, and, in some cases, unlawful. It could do worse than to follow Germany’s example.