Richard Leonard had diagnosed the dilemma facing Scottish Labour a long time before he found himself hastening its decline.
Jeremy Corbyn will take the first step towards a High Court battle against Labour next week over his suspension from the parliamentary party.
Keith Allen has said former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is “one of the most honest politicians” he has come across.
Jeremy Corbyn has announced plans for a new organisation to support social justice, peace and human rights in the UK and around the world.
New tiered coronavirus controls for England will have to remain in place for the “forthcoming few months” until a vaccine is generally available, the Health Secretary has warned.
Sir Keir Starmer has said Jeremy Corbyn’s response to a damning report on anti-Semitism in Labour was “just about as bad as you can get”.
Jewish Labour MP Margaret Hodge has said a zero-tolerance approach is needed towards anti-Semitic abuse after she was sent death threats online following criticism of ex-leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Sir Keir Starmer’s decision to block Jeremy Corbyn from sitting as a Labour MP despite his readmission as a party member has reignited the civil war on the opposition benches.
Sir Keir Starmer has sparked a furious backlash from supporters of Jeremy Corbyn as he blocked him from sitting as a Labour MP despite his readmission as a party member.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said he will not restore the whip to his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn because he “undermined” work in restoring trust and confidence in the party’s ability to tackle anti-Semitism.
Sir Keir Starmer has been urged to withhold the Labour whip from Jeremy Corbyn after a disciplinary panel lifted the former leader’s suspension from the party.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is facing pressure to keep his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn out of the parliamentary party after he was reinstated as a member three weeks after being suspended.
Jeremy Corbyn’s readmission to the Labour Party marks another extraordinary chapter in his peculiar political career.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the readmission of his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn to the party just weeks after he was suspended marked “another painful day for the Jewish community”.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Labour to “come together” amid an angry backlash over his readmission to the party just weeks after he was suspended from it.
Jeremy Corbyn’s readmission to Labour just weeks after he was suspended for saying the scale of anti-Semitism in the party was “dramatically overstated” has been met with fierce criticism.
Jeremy Corbyn will be readmitted to Labour just weeks after he was suspended for saying the scale of anti-Semitism in the party was “dramatically overstated”, PA understands.
Jeremy Corbyn could soon learn how his suspension from Labour will be resolved as the party’s governing body met to consider disciplinary action against the former leader.
Jeremy Corbyn has acknowledged that concerns around anti-Semitism in Labour were not “exaggerated” just weeks after being suspended for saying the problem was “dramatically overstated”.
Fourteen people have been arrested after anti-lockdown marchers defied police orders to cancel their protest.
Leading left-wing Labour figures have rallied together to call for an end to the suspension of former leader Jeremy Corbyn from the party.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged supporters of Jeremy Corbyn not to tie up the party with costly legal actions in an attempt to secure his reinstatement.
Prominent Jewish community figures have expressed “disgust” at ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s response to a report into allegations of anti-Semitism in the party by a human rights watchdog.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called on Jeremy Corbyn to “reflect” on his comments, after the former party leader was suspended over his response to a damning anti-Semitism report.
Senior Labour MPs on the left of the party have appealed for unity as they renewed their call for Jeremy Corbyn to be reinstated as a member.
Sir Keir Starmer has insisted there is “no reason for a civil war” in the Labour Party after anger from some on the left over Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension for his response to a damning anti-Semitism report.
Labour splits have begun to emerge as left-wing supporters rallied to Jeremy Corbyn’s defence following his suspension from the party after a damning investigation into its handling of anti-Semitism.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has found that the Labour Party broke equality law in its handling of anti-Semitism.
Labour has endured a “day of shame” which saw former leader Jeremy Corbyn suspended after the human rights watchdog found the party broke equality law over its handling of anti-Semitism complaints.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he will “strongly contest” his suspension from Labour, signalling another outbreak of hostilities in the party’s bitter civil war.