General election 2024: Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda plan rubbished as Keir Starmer speaks out on Diane Abbott MP row | EUROtoday

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Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda plan to deport asylum seekers to the African nation has been rubbished by a damning report by a cross-party group of MPs.

In a recent blow for the PM, Members of the Public Accounts Committee discovered the Home Office “does not have a credible plan” for implementing the coverage.

The report claims the federal government is refusing to make clear how many individuals it’s planning to fly out to Rwanda, and the way it might do that.

It comes as Sir Keir Starmer spoke up about on the Diane Abbott row and mentioned the occasion has not but determined if the veteran MP might be barred from standing on the subsequent election.

Keir Starmer has confronted backlash from all sides with Labour MPs branding the dealing with of the state of affairs “profoundly wrong” and “vindictive”, anti-racism charities have additionally weighted in accusing the occasion of double requirements.

ASLEF, TSSA, Unite, NUM, CWU and FBU posted a letter demanding Ms Abbott be allowed to face on the upcoming common election, following a morning of hypothesis about her future.


‘Handling of Diane Abbot is a complete farce,’ Labour member slams

Jess Barnard, from Labour’s National Executive Committee is the most recent to hit out at Keir Starmer following the Diane Abbott’s row.

She has described the veteran MP as a “titan” of British politics however she has been handled “completely disrespectfully”.

Ms Barnard added: “As an NEC member I have been contacted by a huge number of Labour members, ex-members, and potential Labour voters saying: ‘what the hell is going on, why is Diane Abbott being treated this way?’

“People are looking to Sir Keir Starmer to understand what kind of leader he is. I think people would be quite concerned about the absence of justice and fairness in the case of Diane Abbott.”

(Sky News)

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 14:05


Author of Forde report into racism in Labour Party manufacturers Abbott’s state of affairs ‘deeply disturbing’

Martin Forde KC, author of the Forde report into racism in the Labour Party has told Times Radio that the way Diane Abbott’s state of affairs has been dealt with is “utterly shambolic” and “deeply disturbing”.

He mentioned the “unfair and unnecessarily humiliating process” Diane Abbott has been subjected to may have an effect on the Labour vote, significantly throughout the black neighborhood.

He added the shortage of transparency within the course of has been “astonishing”, saying: “It strikes me as utterly shambolic for the whip to be restored yesterday and then for us to get this news moments ago.

“And in terms of media management, I think for a shadow cabinet minister such as Mr Streeting not to be aware that this had happened and certainly there’s no transparency around process, is deeply disturbing. It’s quite clear from a legal perspective that the Labour Party is in a sense a club and it can determine who’s a member and who isn’t.

“But I find it astonishing that the process doesn’t appear to be more transparent. And for a very long time I’ve been saying along with others that what was said was said, I’m not an apologist for what was said at all, rightly condemned, swift apology. Why has it taken so many months to investigate?”

Archie Mitchell 29 May 2024 13:58


Wes Streeting requested why Diane Abbott barred from election when former Tory MP allowed to affix occasion

Ms Abbott in the present day (29 May) claimed that the Labour Party will ban her from standing as a candidate on the upcoming common election on 4 July.

Mr Streeting was requested about in the present day’s occasions throughout an interview with Kay Burley on Sky News.

Mr Streeting mentioned: “At this general election, we want to welcome millions of people who have seen the chaos and incompetence of the Conservative Party and are looking for change with Labour.”

Streeting refuses to say why Elphicke allowed in Labour occasion however not Abbott

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 May 2024 13:50


Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda flights plan is just not credible, damning report by MPs finds

In the brand new report, MPs mentioned that the Home Office is unwilling to say how many individuals it’s planning to relocate to Rwanda, and the way it might do that.

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:45


Keir Starmer and shadow well being minister ship speech in Worcester

Wes Streeting is pitching his NHS pledge to chop ready lists within the West Midlands.

He says voters have two choices: whether or not to “turn the page” and permit for a “changed new Labour government” or to “hand the matches back to the arsonists to finish the job”.

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:43


Pictured: Keir Starmer meets trainee medics in Worcester

Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Wes Streeting speaks during a Labour general election campaign event in Worcester
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Wes Streeting speaks throughout a Labour common election marketing campaign occasion in Worcester (REUTERS)
Starmer takes a selfie with student nurses and trainee medics following a Q&A session during a visit to Three Counties Medical School
Starmer takes a selfie with scholar nurses and trainee medics following a Q&A session throughout a go to to Three Counties Medical School (Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)
(Getty Images)

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:38


‘Diane Abbott treated in a vindictive, factional and cruel,’ Labour MP slams

Beth Winter has mentioned though she welcomes the occasion’ determination to revive Diane Abbott’s whip, the veteran MP has been handled in a “vindictive, factional and cruel” approach.

The MP for Cynon Valley is urging Keir Starmer to let Ms Abbott resolve whether or not she needs to face on the election.

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:30


Health minister urges Labour to sentence junior medical doctors strike

Tory MP Victoria Atkins has referred to as the Labour occasion to sentence junior medical doctors strike through the election marketing campaign.

Taking to social media, she mentioned the wave of strikes from June 27 to July 2 coincides with “Labour’s heath day” and it was politically motivated.

She added: “This Conservative government has taken the tough decisions to keep public spending down to bear down on inflation, which is now back to normal.

“Labour would be in the hands of their union paymasters – meaning more spending and higher taxes.”

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:24


Comment | A determined try to neutralise the specter of Reform UK

He writes: “The promise of a tax cut for pensioners is the latest policy aimed squarely at the over-65s. It is a small tax cut, worth possibly £300 a year by the end of the next parliament, and it is complicated – a pledge to raise the income-tax personal allowance for pensioners so that anyone relying on a state pension alone won’t be dragged into paying tax.”

Salma Ouaguira29 May 2024 13:21


Beleaguered Tories lastly come out on high with voters – however solely on marketing campaign slogan

After a tough begin to the final election Rishi Sunak has lastly come forward of Keir Starmer in a single essential space within the polls.

The Conservatives are at present trailing Labour by between 12 and 27 factors based on diffierent opinion polls revealed over the past 24 hours however one ballot places them forward.

Our political editor David Maddox has extra:

Maryam Zakir-Hussain29 May 2024 13:03