“It frustrates me immensely that this week’s big moment in so many young people’s lives is being risked by the chaos and incompetence at the top of this government," Starmer said.
“I wanted a recovery plan or recovery approach which was comprehensive, which was broad, and long term. And I’m afraid I don’t … it doesn’t look like we’re getting that at the moment," he said.
Mr Yousaf said the nursery said there was no place available for his two-year-old daughter – only to offer a place to the child of a white friend.
Michael Rosen tweeted: "If you can read a bit of Latin you must be clever. If you are bilingual in English and Welsh, or English and Punjabi or English and pretty well any other modern language, you're not clever."
“There is so much talent in these communities that could be going to waste but not anymore."
Judge Manley said: "I am satisfied that the belief that 'big banks are a cancer on society' can amount to a philosophical belief..."
“It is shocking that the Conservatives are introducing a new law to give Holocaust deniers, anti-vaxxers and people harmful to public interest the opportunity to sue their way to a platform at universities," Labour said.
"The UAE is a deeply illiberal state with a zero-tolerance stance on free speech and critical thought, and it deals with its critics in the most brutal fashion imaginable through torture and forced disappearances.”
Lawrence Schimel, the book’s author, said in an email that requiring the labelling of books with content that deviates from the norm is “a pernicious concept, often used as a weapon to try to cultivate or justify prejudice and intolerance”.