Jeremy Corbyn has played down the prospect of his party offering a second referendum on the Brexit deal, after Sadiq Khan suggested it was 'possible'.
Boris Johnson has refused to jump to London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s defence after Donald Trump attacked him on Twitter. The former London Mayor and current Foreign Secretary was asked about President Trump’s criticism of Mr Khan’s response to the London Bridge terror attack. After initially saying Mr Khan was “entirely right” to make a statement after the attacks where he tried to comfort and calm down Londoners, Mr Johnson was then asked about President Trump’s state visit invite.
Donald Trump has continued his war of words against the London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the aftermath of the London Bridge terror attacks. Stepping up his war of words with Mr Khan, the President branded the mayor’s response to the atrocity as “pathetic”. It follows a series of tweets on Sunday in which Mr Trump said it was time to “stop being politically correct”.
Londoners rallied together to stand in solidarity after yesterday’s horrific terror attack claimed the life of four people, but Katie Hopkins has shared a very different view of the emotions felt on the streets of our capital this morning. Appearing on the Fox news network, the controversial commentator, who is well versed in the art of ruffling a few feathers, claimed that the United Kingdom was paralysed with fear in the wake of the recent attack. Taking it upon herself to speak on behalf of the nation, Katie claimed: “The message is, ‘We will not be cowed by terror.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan opened the new flagship LEGO store in Leicester Square and talked about building, innovation...and how much he loves the micro building blocks. Watch our Facebook live video of the store opening here
A university’s student union has been branded a “national embarrassment” after selecting Zayn Malik and Sadiq Khan as poster-boys for Black History Month, which runs throughout October. Following the announcement, furious students at Kent University pointed out that neither the former One Direction singer nor the London Mayor are black – and are both from British Pakistani families. The UK Black History Month organisers said they were “deeply disappointed” at the university’s student union for choosing Mr Malik and Mr Khan as two of the six public figures to represent diversity throughout the month’s celebrations.