Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

Labour stays stubborn over Falkirk

Labour is standing firm over Falkirk, even though senior figures such as Johann Lamont and Alistair Darling are sufficiently worried by the allegations still emerging to call for a new investigation. This morning Caroline Flint was sent out in a stern mood to bat for the party, with the Shadow Energy Secretary telling Radio 4’s Today programme that the party wouldn’t publish its internal reports, but that it had already taken ‘firm action’.

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