Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has stood by his description of Sir Winston Churchill as a “villain”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has made clear her admiration for her predecessor Sir Winston Churchill, after shadow chancellor John McDonnell branded him a “villain”.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has called on shadow chancellor John McDonnell to withdraw his description of wartime prime minister Sir Winston Churchill as a “villain”.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has branded Winston Churchill a “villain”.
READERS’ LETTERS: ‘Crisis-hit?’ My children have received an excellent education at Perth High School
Madam, – I read your headline “Inspectors reveal school concerns” (Courier, January 24.)
Madam, – I read with interest that Tayside Cuisine, a current provider of many school lunches in this area, is proposing investing in a single-site production facility which would provide school lunches for pupils in the council catchments of Dundee, Angus and Perth and Kinross (Councils join forces to put school meals plan in action, saving £11m, Courier, January 23) .
Madam, – The spat between Scottish Green MSP Ross Greer and Piers Morgan over Winston Churchill shines an interesting light on how we view past “heroes”.
Today marks exactly 100 years since some women first won the vote, with 8.5 million women eligible. Caroline Lindsay finds out more about the Suffragettes’ epic struggle for equality.
A new Dundee street could be named after a suffragette famed for throwing an egg at Winston Church when he was the city's MP.
An apartment in an A-listed castle on an estate once owned by Robert the Bruce's sister has come on the open market for the first time.