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RSS FeedsGeneral election: focus on freedom of movement as Labour debates manifesto - live news
(The Guardian World News)

 
 

16 november 2019 17:06:19

 
General election: focus on freedom of movement as Labour debates manifesto - live news
(The Guardian World News)
 




Live coverage of the day on the campaign trail, including Labour meeting to decide its manifestoPolice assessing claims that Tories offered peerages to Brexit partyLib Dems criticised for selective use of polling data on leafletsGary Younge: the view from StevenageSign up for Andrew Sparrow´s weekday election briefing email 3.47pm GMT Labour´s manifesto could drop this Thursday, according to social media posts from two shadow cabinet ministers.In a video posted on her Twitter account, shadow education secretory Angela Rayner said: `Today I am going to our manifesto meeting where the trade unions, senior members of the Labour party, and the shadow cabinet will all get together to decide what goes in our manifesto.Today l will be taking part in Labour´s `Clause 5´ meeting, this is where those with departmental responsibilities, the NEC, Union General Secretaries and the leadership all meet to finalise our manifesto for the #GeneralElection2019 #VoteLabour19 #RealChange pic.twitter.com/v4euql6V2sToday I`m in @UKLabour`s Clause V meeting, where we will agree our #GE2019 Manifeso. Thanks to all of my constituents who`ve been in touch with your priorities. I`ll make sure your voice is heard and I know that on Thursday we will announce a manifesto we can all be proud of. pic.twitter.com/zKwqgFinXk 2.48pm GMT The home secretary, Priti Patel, made a last-minute intervention to block a rescue operation to bring British orphans and unaccompanied minors home from Syria, the Observer has revealed.Patel was backed by several other ministers, including the defence secretary, Ben Wallace, when she objected to the extraction of British children from the war-ravaged country during National Security Council meetings last month and internal discussions. More than 60 British minors, including at least three orphans, had been identified, and a quick and safe route identified to take them out of north-east Syria and then to Erbil, Iraq, where they would be flown home direct to the UK ...
 
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