Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard is facing calls for the party to back permanent single market membership at its forthcoming conference.
Leaving the European Union does not mean Britain is inevitably doomed, Jeremy Corbyn will say.
More than 80 senior figures from across the Labour Party have signed a statement warning Jeremy Corbyn that key policies would be unaffordable if the UK leaves the single market.
Labour MPs have warned against re-admitting Ken Livingstone to the party ahead of the end of his suspension over anti-Semitism.
John McDonnell has called on the SNP to “stop playing politics with people’s lives” and “end austerity” in Scotland.
Labour’s general secretary is quitting the role after a “tumultuous” seven-year tenure.
The Cabinet is still in “cake and eat it mode” on Brexit despite their Chequers meeting to agree a policy for trade negotiations, Tony Blair has said.
Theresa May is facing the threat of a Commons rebellion on staying in the customs union after a marathon gathering of senior Cabinet members met to find a united front on EU withdrawal.
Theresa May was facing the threat of a fresh Commons Brexit rebellion after a marathon gathering of senior Cabinet members met to reach a united front on EU withdrawal.
The UK and EU could team up to strike international trade deals together after Brexit, Labour’s shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry has said.
Remaining in the single market would leave many voters feeling the referendum result had been ignored, according to John McDonnell.
A wave of strike action by university workers has begun at institutions across Scotland in a bitter row over pensions.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has denied meeting any Czech spies.
Jeremy Corbyn has sent “solidarity and thanks” to university workers as staff begin a month of walkouts in the latest stage of a bitter dispute over pensions.
A Labour government will act to overhaul immigration rules to end the agony of family break-ups, shadow home secretary Diane Abbott has said.
Jeremy Corbyn’s position on Brexit is “evolving and deepening”, a shadow cabinet supporter of close ties with the EU has said.
MPs regularly meet diplomats who they assume are spies, a shadow cabinet minister has said as he defended Jeremy Corbyn’s attack on the press over a series of stories about his Cold War past.
Immigration rules that break up families will be reformed under a Labour government, Diane Abbott will announce.
Jeremy Corbyn has launched a new onslaught on the City of London, promising a Labour government would take decisive steps to make it the “servant of industry”, not the “masters of us all”.
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry has hinted Labour could back remaining in a European customs union after Brexit.
All new school buildings would be fitted with sprinklers under a £14 billion Labour plan to ensure safe classrooms.
Labour faced a fresh internal row after an election to a key policy position was postponed amid allegations of “bullying”.
Labour faced a fresh internal row after an election to a key policy position was postponed amid allegations of “bullying” by allies of Jeremy Corbyn.
Liberal Democrats gained three council seats from the Conservatives in the biggest set of local by-elections since the beginning of the year.
University tuition fees and funding need to be “better understood” and “feel fairer to students”, higher education leaders have said.
Prison guards were deployed to understaffed jails more than 1,700 times last year — at a cost of £2.4 million.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he doubts England will win this summer’s football World Cup.
Labour has released a documentary-style party political broadcast highlighting the impact of austerity on policing and community safety.
Film director Ken Loach has launched a campaign to reinstate the original Clause Four in Labour’s constitution.
Flowers and a card signed by Jeremy Corbyn have been laid where a rough sleeper was found dead a stone’s throw from Parliament.