A Conservative MP is facing suspension from the House of Commons following remarks he made after a previous inquiry into allegations of bullying
The rule-breaking was said to have caused "significant damage" to the Commons' "reputation and integrity"
Tutankhamun's meteoric iron dagger, discovered by Howard Carter. As blade composition and homogeneity closely correlate with meteorite composition and homogeneity, material for blade is determined to have originated by way of meteoritic landing.
Egyptian Museum, Cairo
"This is morally reprehensible. It's a stain on all our conscience."
Gordon Brown tells
that the failure of rich countries to share Covid vaccines with poorer nations is "one of the greatest public policy failures of our time".
End of last week we were finally told of
plans for the 'future' of
. I've been mulling it over this weekend as I didn't think snap reactions helpful. It's been packaged positively (& there are some short-term pluses) but it's still extremely grim 1/6👇
The best argument for First Past the Post has always been that it produces strong majority governments.
If a government with a majority of 80 can't even do what it thinks it must, because it can't control an internal faction, the final argument for FPTP falls.
Pleased the Cabinet and PM (recognising where majority opinion is in Parliamentary Party) are now listening to their backbench MPs & for once pushed back on the scaremongering by the lockdown fanatics. It seems the 100 strong backbench rebellion last week has made a difference.
Dear friends, the MCA has now issues its CfP for its upcoming late March conference. Pls share with any postgrads/early career scholars you think might be interested.
Application form can be accessed here:
Deadline is end of January.
New largest Labour lead we have recorded.
Full Results (20 Dec):
Labour 39% (+2)
Conservative 31% (-1)
Liberal Democrat 13% (+2)
Green 6% (-1)
Reform UK 5% (-2)
Scottish National Party 5% (+1)
Other 2% (+1)
Changes +/- 13 Dec