"The prime minister is a national distraction and he's got to go," said one politician after the reveal of an alleged 30-person party in June 2020.
"How can he lead the country through these difficult times, get people to follow public health advice, if he has so flagrantly breached the rules?" asked a Labour Party official.
The new mandates were economically damaging and limited individual freedoms, argued many Conservatives legislators, with one calling them "a slippery slope."
"Mothers in the mother of all parliament are not to be seen or heard it seems," said Labour MP Stella Creasy.
He warned that members of the party felt they were being silenced.
The British prime minister has rejected a finding that Home Secretary Priti Patel broke ministerial rules by bullying civil servants.
Jewish groups have condemned the actions of Jeremy Corbyn.
Kinnock could not be happier for the president-elect and is even willing to reprise his role as Biden's "greatest ever speechwriter."
It comes hours after an equalities watchdog found Britain's opposition party under Corbyn's leadership acted unlawfully in its treatment of Jewish members.
A damning report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission finds Britain's Labour Party acted unlawfully in its treatment of Jewish members.
The Labour Party leader is reported to have collided with the cyclist while driving an SUV in north London on Sunday afternoon.
With only 25 deaths and fewer than 1,900 cases, Ardern's tough coronavirus measures were lauded. Her Labour Party looks set to claim 64 out of the parliament's 120 seats.
With Kiwis going to the polls on October 17, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party wants to ban the practice that stigmatizes members of the LGBTQ community.
"He hasn't got an argument of his own and he can't get away with that forever."
"Anti-Zionism" must be stamped out whenever and wherever it rears its ugly head.
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer is taking a tough line on antisemitism as an investigation into other allegations is carried out.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer criticized Boris Johnson over the government's efforts to produce a working coronavirus contact tracing app.
Dominic Raab has announced that lockdown measures in the U.K. will continue for at least another three weeks.
The total number of deaths in the U.K. from the coronavirus is now approaching 13,000, with the figures believed to be under-reported.
Clive Lewis is running to be leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party and said that a lot of people would like to see the royal family "scaled down."
"This was a breakthrough election for the climate emergency and the collapse of our natural world," Natalie Bennett, a Green Party peer and former leader, said.
The congresswoman told followers that a "massive surge" in new voters heading to the polls would stop the "hoarding of wealth by the few."
"Boris is the right man for the time. He's really for the times," Trump said in early November.
The U.K. will hold an election in December and the new prime minister could be a man who's struggled to quell anti-Semitism in his party.
A British politician, who frequently champions equality and social justice issues, has been accused of making an anti-Semitic reference over the classic Beatles tune.
The Vermont senator is "very exciting as part of an international movement against neoliberal economic inequality," the British Labour Party's shadow justice secretary said.
The signs were spotted in at least four different central London locations, including one across the road from the Parliament building.
Conservative MP Anna Soubry said a wave of new Conservative Party members may wish to "topple the leader and wreck its policies."
The country's Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters will take over.