Although they did not rake in thousands, organisers of The Affordable Art Fair, which was held in Bristol over the weekend, said the pictures were one of the main attractions.
“I realise there are some who feel that pinning our colours to the centre ground risks sounding a little insipid, a neither-on-the-one-hand-nor-on-the-other kind of party”, he said.
“Many soldiers are disgusted by the comments of Corbyn and John McDonnell [about] the IRA – men who have not only murdered British soldiers but also hundreds of members of their own community”, the general said.
Tonge’s remarks, made at a meeting at Middlesex University, included the observation that the American people would soon “get sick” of the billions their government sends annually “to support what I call America’s aircraft carrier in the Middle East – that is Israel”.
He said: “I’ve got no personal agenda and I am certainly not advocating the creation of a new party – I want our party to rebound and fightback and all the rest of it. I am going to be audacious enough to say we will take that space”.
Cameron congratulated Corbyn on winning the Labour Party leadership contest that concluded Saturday with a landslide victory for the unorthodox candidate.
Mr Farron again rejected a suggestion by former Cabinet minister Sir Vince Cable that a new centre-left party could emerge as Labour MPs drift away from Mr Corbyn and link up with the Lib Dems.
He said: “There are many voters who will never back the Tories, and are now desperately unhappy with Labour’s leftward lurch, who will be looking for a new home”.
‘My involvement is the involvement of someone who believes passionately that it’s not right for not only Britain today, but for future generations for us to sort of retreat into an isolated corner’
The announcement comes at the end of a turbulent first week in office for the newly elected Labour leader, who notably came under fire for failing to sing the national anthem at an official engagement.
“It’s not for me to go making their lives any harder”.
The group’s website has also published a personal explanation from Mr Corbyn on his decision to leave the role.
The LibDems previously could have counted on the Labour Party to back the EU.
“We need to do it in the most cost effective way and that is the view which the Labour Party, including the Labour Party conference, has taken for many years”.
Tim Farron declared his door was “wide open” to potential Labour defectors amid warnings Jeremy Corbyn’s party would be “slaughtered” by the Conservatives.
“I share with Jeremy the wish to see a world that is free of nuclear weapons but I don’t believe for one second that if Briton were to give up its deterrent any other of the nuclear states would give theirs up”, he said.
Luci added: “We were very grateful to Charlotte for donating the sketches for auction and raising money for two very deserving charities”.