The Conservative Party is in “denial” about the scale of violent crime, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed.
Shadow cabinet minister Richard Burgon has said he regrets saying that “Zionism is the enemy of peace”.
Shadow cabinet minister Richard Burgon has been urged to apologise for saying that “Zionism is the enemy of peace”.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said the party is “absolutely ready” for a general election as he joined campaigners in the North West.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has heard from Lancashire residents with concerns about escalating crime.
Labour needs to do more to deal with accusations of anti-Semitism in its ranks, a former Cabinet minister has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has privately expressed concern that evidence of anti-Semitism in Labour has been “mislaid or ignored”, according to reports.
Working people in Scotland are being failed by the economy after a near decade of austerity under the UK Government, Scottish Labour has claimed.
Labour has condemned “rip-off rents” it says are driving more families into poverty.
Miriam Margolyes has said Labour is no more anti-Semitic than any other party in the UK.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has criticised the Government’s plans to introduce a regulator that will aim to make tech companies more responsible for harmful content online, warning that it fails to address concerns about how social networks handle user data.
Jeremy Corbyn says the Government has been “running down the clock” and “bullying and threatening” MPs in order to force through Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Separating the Brexit divorce deal from the framework for the next stage of the relationship with Brussels would leave MPs “completely blind” about the future, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The crew on an Aberdeen train have been praised today for helping a woman who went into labour.
Nicola Sturgeon has described a rise in child poverty as “deeply regrettable” as she defended her government’s record on the issue.
Three people have been arrested in a police investigation into alleged anti-Semitism among Labour Party members.
Jeremy Corbyn has sparked angry reactions from the SNP after posting a video claiming the SNP helped to usher in Margaret Thatcher’s Government and almost two decades of Tory rule.
Remaining in the EU is still “firmly on the table” after MPs failed to back any of the Brexit options presented to them, the SNP’s Westminster leader has said.
Labour MPs are to be whipped to support a motion demanding a second referendum on any Brexit deal passed by this Parliament before its ratification.
Labour frontbencher Barry Gardiner has sparked a furious backlash after warning the party would have difficultly backing a plan for a “confirmatory” referendum on any Brexit deal as it was “not a Remain party”.
Labour is demanding the Scottish Government be more ambitious in its efforts to tackle fuel poverty by pledging to eradicate the problem entirely by 2032.
Jeremy Corbyn has blamed “confusion” over meeting plans for his decision to walk out of talks between the Prime Minister and opposition leaders.
Jeremy Corbyn has declined to rule out halting Brexit if it is the only way of avoiding a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union.
Nicola Sturgeon has denied Labour claims of a staffing crisis in the NHS, saying record numbers of people are employed in the Scottish health service.
Fuel and flight taxes could be increased under a Labour government, shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald has indicated.
Jeremy Corbyn has indicated he could launch a fresh bid to oust Theresa May if her Brexit deal is rejected by MPs for a third time.
Jeremy Corbyn has written to MPs backing soft Brexit plans as well as supporters of a second referendum, inviting them for talks to find a cross-party compromise.
Countdown star Rachel Riley has said she has received messages of gratitude for her involvement in the Labour Party anti-Semitism row alongside alleged abusive messages.
MP Jess Phillips is crowd-funding to take “thousands of kids” to the Treasury and sing the Baby Shark song in protest at what she has claimed are education cuts forcing schools to “close early”.
Claims that senior figures in Jeremy Corbyn’s office interfered in disciplinary cases involving anti-Semitism claims should be urgently investigated, Lord Falconer said.