By Carl Packman on
June 10, 2015 |
Category: Blog |
Tags: conservatives, david brewer, David Cameron, EU, journalists, politics |
All manner of supposed confusion and miscommunication took place on Monday as it was reported that David Cameron told journalists his front bench must support him on his reforms to the EU, or face being forced to resign.
Or, as one well known political blog put it:
“Back EU, or I sack you”.
Without naming names, many of those government ministers are biding their time to try and become the next leader of the Conservatives when David Cameron steps down, which he promised he would by 2017. Read more …
By Daniel Saunders on
December 16, 2011 |
Category: Blog |
Tags: Coronation Street, David Cameron, EU, Japan, Kolkata, Leveson, leveson inquiry, media round up, Nick Clegg, Republican, Republican nomination, Russia, USA, weather, X Factor |
The winds of change swept through this week’s media agenda in a number of ways. After a number of media storms it was a meteorological one which made the headlines with gales peaking at 165 mph causing substantial amount damage and destruction in Scotland.
In Russia, widespread demonstrations broke out over concerns about the transparency of the 4th December legislative elections, with many commentators branding the protests as the beginning of a ‘Russian Spring’… in the winter.
A post-dinner discussion in Belgium was the unlikely setting for this week’s leading story with prime minister David Cameron opposing EU treaty changes that were tabled in a response to the eurozone crisis. Despite its timing at the end of the week the sheer scale of coverage guaranteed the issue wasn’t caught short in its attempts to reach the top spot.
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