Google searches for how to join the Labour party have surged following the shock election result which saw it gain 30 seats. Although they were expected to sustain heavy losses after the country went to the polls, the party put in its best performance in years winning a total of 262 seats with 649 out of 650 counted.
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Tony Blair: military intervention in rogue regimes 'more necessary than ever'
As the conflict in Afghanistan subsided, the Labour government maintained its strong support for U.S foreign policy, including a possible U.S.-led war against the government of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. Blair—following the lead of U.S. president George W. Bush—accused Hussein of stockpiling weapons of mass destruction and of posing a serious threat to regional and global security, and he offered to contribute British military forces to a preemptive U.S.-led attack on Iraq. Blair’s…
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Famous Nollywood actor, Desmond Elliot, has started his political career and joined the Labour Party. What is more, Elliot who is a solid follower of Jimi Agbaje is not only canvassing for him to be the next Governor of Lagos State, but he is also contesting for a seat in the House or Reps, un
1990 - Jim Kemmy and the DSP Merger. Jim Kemmy joined the Labour Party in 1963 and was elected to the Administrative Council 1968-'71. He became embroiled with Stephen Coughlan TD over issues of anti-semitism, family planning and Northern Ireland and set up the Democratic Socialist Party in 1982. Kemmy was elected Dáil Deputy in 1981, 1982, 1987 and in 1991 became Mayor of Limerick. In May 1990 the DSP merged with the Labour Party.