The proposal is part of Trump's 10-point plan he's outlining Monday ahead of his general election bid against likely rival Hillary Clinton. Last week, the candidate met with Congressional House and Senate members to convince them that he's capable of unifying the party in a bid to defeat presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton this November.
This matters because it is unclear whether Corbyn - who recently lost a confidence vote held by the party's lawmakers - would be able to otherwise gain the support he would need from this grouping to get his name on the ballot. "I am not a Blairite, I am not a Brownite and I am not a Corbynista, I am my own woman". Darlington MP Jenny Chapman - who resigned as a shadow education minister in June - said she would prefer Mr Smith than Ms Eagle as Labour leader.
Britain's Labour party is to begin a fresh leadership election amid widespread discontent with its leader Jeremy Corbyn, the party's general secretary confirmed Monday. Angela Eagle has launched her bid to become leader of the Labour Party at an event in central London, following weeks of speculation. "It's quite clear to me from the rules that the section on any nominations refers to challengers", Christine Shawcroft, a member of the NEC, said on Monday.
Party rules say that a challenger for the leadership needs nominations from 20 per cent of the parliamentary party, equivalent to 50 MPs and MEPs. "I wouldn't do this if I didn't think I would be a good prime minister for Britain", Ms Eagle said.
Until Sunday night, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings had no idea El Centro College police officers had been injured during Thursday night's shootings that killed five officers and wounded seven others along with two civilians. Regardless of the intentions of the open carry crowd, such displays do not actually make scenarios safer for everyone, Brown said. "Common sense would tell you you don't know where the gunfire is coming from, there were individuals that ran across the gunfire".
Because of those advances and a "relatively peaceful" few years in New York, Bratton said what happened in Dallas came as a complete surprise. "I got the sense that he was generally disliked by his command, that he was the black sheep of his unit", Glendening said.