Writing on Twitter, the former press secretary to Tony Blair called out the government for the alleged “No 10 Xmas party”, encouraging Labour to appoint an MP to campaign against the reported breach of the rules. He urged the opposition party to
A recent poll has revealed that the majority of those who participated believe that Brexit has not been a success. The recent survey saw 7,057 British adults being asked the following question: “The EU transition period ended on December 31, 2020. Since
A caller has told Nicky Campbell that she once had to call 999 10 times for an ambulance to assist a “badly burned” man. Kathy from Essex shared the horrifying story as she warned “we just haven’t got enough ambulances”. Sajid Javid was
The former Labour communication chief clashed with Mr Newton Dunn, who told BBC Question Time that the issue of MPs taking second jobs was “a cross-party problem, across politics.” The political commentator argued that the issue of MPs taking on separate jobs is
As the audience wondered about the recent controversy regarding MPs, including Owen Paterson, who have other jobs while in office, Alastair Campbell said it all comes down to who set the example for the Conservative MPs; the Prime Minister. “If the Prime
THE BBC’s Question Time has suffered a backlash for selecting Remainer Alastair Campbell as a panellist for tonight’s programme.
The photograph shows Mr Johnson smiling as he chats to medical workers, although he is the only person in the scene who is not wearing a mask. Mr Campbell fumed on Twitter and wrote: “Kick the twat out of the hospital, though
A heated row broke out between Alastair Campbell and Camilla Tominey over the ongoing accusations of sleaze leveraged against the Conservative Party. Ms Tominey called the idea that the former Labour spin-doctor lecturing anyone on sleaze “laughable”, while Mr Campbell urged for
Nicky Campbell presented his last BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast show on Friday after taking over from Julian Worricker in 2003. Rachel Burden tributed his stint on the breakfast show with a montage of his greatest moments as Mr Campbell thanked his
BBC presenter Rachel Burden was overcome with emotion ahead of her final broadcast with 5 Live co-star Nicky Campbell.