Today in the House of Commons; MPs reacted angrily to news that the inquiry led by Sir John Chilcott into the 2003 Iraq War is not expected to reach it’s full report until after the general election The inquiry said it did not see any “realistic prospect” of it’s publication of the report before elections are due to be held on the 7th May 2015 and the inquiry will probably face being questioned about it’s delay by a committee of MPs, while the chair of the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, Sir Richard Ottaway asked Sir John Chilcott to explain why … Continue reading The Chilcott Delay!
Labour leader Ed Miliband and his long time partner Justine Thornton got married at Langor Hall in Nottinghamshire in a very private civil marriage ceremon. The village of Langor where the ceremony took place is a small village south-east of Nottingham and is according to residents normally a quiet village. Ed Miliband and Justine Thornton wanted their wedding to be a private affair with as little media intrusion. They wanted only close family and friends to attend, this included Ed’s brother David Miliband. Gordon Brown and David Cameron although not present sent best wishes to the couple. Prior to the … Continue reading Ed Miliband Marries Justine Thornton