Labour faces a fresh row over its Brexit policy after a frontbencher took part in a rally calling for a second referendum.
Labour’s alternative Brexit plan could prevent a political vacuum engulfing Westminster if Theresa May’s withdrawal deal is defeated next week, the shadow chancellor said.
Labour would scrap trade union laws barring workers in the UK from taking industrial action in solidarity with their counterparts in other countries, the shadow chancellor has announced.
John McDonnell thinks the EU will be open to renegotiating a Brexit deal if Theresa May’s proposal is rejected.
Labour has pledged to deliver the “biggest transfer in wealth and power” from London to Scotland for more than seven decades if it wins power in the next general election.
Labour needs a “more independent” and “robust” processes for dealing with complaints, Scottish leader Richard Leonard has said.
Scottish Labour is calling on the Finance Secretary to include a freeze on rail fares north of the border in next week’s Holyrood Budget.
Labour has defended Jeremy Corbyn’s decision not to use Prime Minister’s Questions to grill Theresa May on Brexit and the fallout from Tuesday night’s votes.
A senior Labour politician has visited Aberdeen in a bid to solve a long-running dispute.
Shadow international development secretary Kate Osamor has quit the Labour front bench following a row about her son’s conviction for possessing drugs.
Shadow international development secretary Kate Osamor has resigned from the Labour front bench.
Scottish Labour has launched a campaign to tackle the “disproportionate” impact of public-service cuts on women.
A Labour politician who has been campaigning to try to keep the UK in Europe’s Single Market is quitting her MEP post early.
Former first minister Jack McConnell has returned to the university where he once studied to serve as its new chancellor.
A Labour MP has revealed he is HIV positive in an emotional speech to the House of Commons.
School hours should be extended to 6pm and social media classes added to the curriculum in a bid to tackle youth violence, ministers have been told.
Millennial couples are delaying having children and “putting their lives on hold” because of the sky-high cost of housing, “shocking” figures show.
A second EU referendum will become “inevitable” if Theresa May loses the Commons vote on her Brexit deal and Labour is unable to force a general election, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
A Labour MP accused of lying to avoid a speeding charge is facing a retrial after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
Theresa May faces an uphill battle to get enough MPs to back her Brexit deal, even after winning the support of every EU leader.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal is a “miserable failure of negotiation” which will put jobs at risk, Jeremy Corbyn said.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been backed in Brussels, with leaders of the remaining 27 EU nations approving two documents that have been two years in the making – the Withdrawal Agreement and a Political Declaration about the future relationship between the EU and the UK.
Scottish Labour will implement all-women shortlists in selections for Holyrood and Westminster, leader Richard Leonard has confirmed.
The Scottish Government should effectively abolish Westminster’s “abhorrent” two child benefit cap and the so-called “rape clause” in the Holyrood Budget, Richard Leonard has said.
Well-wishers have been sending messages of support to Second World War veteran and political activist Harry Leslie Smith, who is critically ill in hospital with suspected pneumonia following a fall.
Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday to meet the European Union’s top official under pressure from Tory Brexiteers to secure further concessions.
A Welsh Labour politician has been suspended after she was recorded questioning whether anti-Semitic hate crime was “real”.
The Conservatives will be stuck with Theresa May as leader for the next general election unless they move to get rid of her now, Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned.
Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday for Brexit talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Theresa May’s DUP allies have delivered a warning shot across the bows after accusing the Prime Minister of breaking fundamental promises on Brexit.