Labour puts pressure on Starmer as they reveal Rochdale candidate was swayed by Gaza conspiracy.

Labour puts pressure on Starmer as they reveal Rochdale candidate was swayed by Gaza conspiracy.

Keir Starmer urges Israel to comply with international law.

The Labour party is under increasing pressure to withdraw their endorsement of Rochdale’s by-election candidate. He recently made a controversial statement that Israel purposefully lowered their security measures in order to enable Hamas to carry out an attack on October 7th, in order to justify invading Gaza.

Azhar Ali expressed remorse for his derogatory comments, and Shadow Cabinet member Nick Thomas-Symonds stated that he believed Mr. Ali had been misled by an internet conspiracy.

However, it has raised concerns regarding Sir Keir Starmer’s assertion that the party has undergone a transformation since the period of the antisemitism crisis under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.

The Conservative Party has demanded that the Labour Party revoke the membership of aspiring MPs, citing cabinet minister Michael Gove’s statement: “Sir Keir Starmer cannot continue to endorse this candidate.”

According to a recording obtained by the Mail on Sunday, Mr Ali made a statement during a meeting, saying, “They intentionally removed the security, which allowed for the massacre to occur, giving them the permission to do whatever they please.”

There is currently a dispute surrounding Rishi Sunak as he navigates a difficult week in his role as Prime Minister. He is facing challenges from two by-elections and opposition to his proposed plan for Rwanda.

On Thursday, official data will reveal if the UK has entered a recession, potentially jeopardizing its promises to improve economic growth.


The Labour party promises to “update” the non-domiciled tax status.

The shadow business secretary for Labour has suggested that Labour will revise their plans to eliminate the non-dom tax loophole, opting instead to modernize it.

The Labour party promised to eliminate the non-domicile tax status in 2022. Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves stated, “If you reside in Britain, you should be subject to taxation on your entire income.”

Jonathan Reynolds recently informed the Financial Times that the reasoning behind updating the non-domiciled tax status is evident.

“We are fully dedicated to making this change. We will, however, implement a new policy for individuals staying in the country for a brief period,” he stated.

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Jonathan Reynolds stated that the Labour party plans to update the non-dom tax loophole.

Holly Evans12 February 2024 11:40


The House of Lords will commence reviewing the Rwanda Asylum Bill.

On Monday, colleagues will start a thorough review of Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda Safety (Asylum and Immigration) Bill in the House of Lords.

The bill that aims to revive the deportation policy, which has been at a standstill, is anticipated to undergo several modifications in the upper house. There are strong opponents of the bill in this chamber, which will likely lead to a prolonged conflict between the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

The Joint Committee on Human Rights in Parliament has stated that the law is not in line with the UK’s human rights responsibilities and could potentially harm the country’s global standing.

According to a report released on Monday, members of Parliament and the House of Lords committee said that the core of the issue is a disregard for human rights and that no changes can fix it.

Holly Evans12 February 2024 11:33


Sunak claims that eliminating the northern section of HS2 will benefit bus services, during his visit to the depot.

On Monday morning, Mr. Sunak toured the newest electric buses and then spoke with apprentice drivers and engineers.

He stated that all the funds, approximately £20 billion, from HS2 in the Northern region will remain in the North.

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Holly Evans12 February 2024 11:10


There will be no further repercussions for Tory MP Andrew Rosindell, who was arrested on suspicion of rape.

After being arrested on allegations of rape, sexual assault, and misconduct in a public office, the police have decided not to pursue any further action against Tory MP Andrew Rosindell.

The Scotland Yard confirmed that they conducted a comprehensive investigation and determined that there was not enough evidence to pursue criminal charges.

The spokesperson for Romford’s MP stated that an individual made an accusation against Andrew Rosindell in May 2022. After a thorough investigation by the Metropolitan Police, it was determined that there was no evidence to support the allegation and no further action would be taken.

“Andrew has been cleared of all charges. He has been consistently employed by Romford for the past twenty-one months and will continue to advocate for the citizens of his cherished hometown as their representative in Parliament.”

Holly Evans12 February 2024 11:01


Tobias Ellwood states that the remarks made by Trump may be considered as the most reckless from any past president.

Tobias Ellwood has stated that Donald Trump’s remarks on NATO are possibly the most reckless of any former president’s regarding global security.

The president of a Nato nation was informed by Mr Trump that he would “urge” Russia to act as it wants towards countries that do not meet the alliance’s requirements for defense spending.

The former head of the defense committee in parliament, Mr. Ellwood, expressed his surprise and confusion over the remarks.

“He probably delights in the idea of encouraging an adversary who is already causing damage in eastern Europe to then invade a Nato ally,” he mentioned, referring to Putin.

During an interview with Sky News, Mr. Ellwood expressed concern over the potential danger of the comments.

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The president, Trump, giving a speech at a gathering in South Carolina.

Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:53


Tom Tugendhat refuses to denounce the comments made by Trump about Russia.

The security minister of Britain has declined to criticize Donald Trump for his statement that he would allow Russia to act freely against countries that fail to meet their obligations.

During a rally in South Carolina over the weekend, President Trump shared that he had informed the leader of a Nato nation that he would “support” Russia in taking action against countries that do not meet the alliance’s required defense spending goals.

When questioned about the statements made by the leading Republican candidate, Tom Tugendhat responded by saying, “You’re expecting me to give my thoughts on the rhetoric used during a democratic campaign.”

I am very cautious about engaging in that activity because my responsibility is to ensure the safety of the British citizens.

He stated: “It is our duty to prevent our enemies and defend our allies.”

Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:42


The security minister has officially stated that he did not participate in any campaigning activities in Kingswood prior to the by-election.

It seems that Security Minister Tom Tugendhat has not been actively campaigning in Kingswood before the by-election.

When asked if he had traveled to the South Gloucestershire area, he responded on ITV’s Good Morning Britain saying, “I’ve been actively campaigning throughout the nation.”

When asked if he had campaigned in Kingswood, he responded by saying, “Kingswood is quite far from here.”

He was asked if this might provide insight, and he responded, “It indicates that I have been giving speeches at various events throughout the nation. I have been aiding individuals in various regions.”

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Tom Tugendhat, the security minister, seems to have acknowledged that he did not participate in any campaigning activities in Kingswood.

Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:29


In the weeks leading up to an election, a political party is unable to dismiss a parliamentary candidate.

The Labour candidate for the upcoming by-election in Rochdale has caused outrage by allegedly stating that Israel received a warning about the attack on October 7th and did nothing to prevent it.

Mr. Ali expressed regret for his statements, saying: “I offer my sincere apologies to the Jewish community for my remarks, which were highly offensive, uninformed, and untrue.”

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Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:18


It may be a challenging week for Sunak as the latest ONS data could reveal if the UK has entered a period of economic decline.

The official statistics released on Thursday will reveal whether or not the UK entered a period of economic decline.

Mr Sunak promised to grow the economy, but if the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) gross domestic product data for the final three months of last year shows a contraction, it means the UK was in a recession after two consecutive quarters of negative growth.

The inflation data for January released by the ONS may indicate a slight increase, which would negatively impact efforts to control rising prices.

The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Laura Trott, informed the Sunday Times that there may be challenges ahead and that inflation is expected to rise slightly when the January data is released on Wednesday.

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Rishi Sunak promised to increase economic growth during his tenure as leader (Victoria Jones/PA)

Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:14


Members of Parliament caution that the proposed plan by Rwanda is in direct conflict with the United Kingdom’s commitment to upholding human rights.

MPs and peers have raised concerns that Rishi Sunak’s proposed asylum law for Rwanda goes against the UK’s human rights commitments and would violate international law.

The Joint Committee on Human Rights in Parliament expressed concerns that the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill proposed by the government could harm the UK’s reputation for promoting human rights globally.

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Holly Evans12 February 2024 10:08