If the BBC think their supine stance on Brexit will save them from the hard right, they are naive in the extreme
‘All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing.’ These words,...Read More
Alastair’s latest book, a novel about 1970s football and terrorism co-written with ex-Burnley striker Paul Fletcher, has become an instant bestseller.
‘Saturday Bloody Saturday’, which tells the story of a struggling Northern football club against the backdrop of an IRA bombing campaign, went straight into the Sunday Times bestseller lists within days of publication by Orion.
You should never meet your heroes, the saying goes. Well, Alastair Campbell met one of his, Paul Fletcher, and a great friendship began. This co-authored novel is its latest manifestation. ‘Of the fourteen books I’ve done, this has been the most fun,’ he said.
Writer, communicator, consultant, strategist, Ambassador Time to Change and other mental health charities. Fighting against BREXIT. New novel out Feb 7
If I knew voting to leave would mean 4000 nurses would leave I obviously wouldn't have voted to leave - and I think I speak for many of the 17.4m.
Mike Galsworthy #FBPE on Twitter
“New report out this morning. EU nurses are leaving the NHS at an *accelerating* rate. Nearly 4,000 left and only 800 joined. Before Brexit,...
I don’t buy this fake Brexiter concern for immigrants. They fought the most disgusting anti-immigrant EU referendum campaign and now want us to believe they are the champions of immigrants. That is certainly not how my community - one with a proud history of immigration - sees it
from this week’s @TheNewEuropean .. When PM met DM photo casebook... on sale tomorrow
Well put @YvetteCooperMP
Labour Tribune MPs on Twitter
“"A few years ago the Prime Minister said "I'm actually sick and tired of a Government Minister who simply blames other people when something go...