The first stage of Jeremy Corbyn’s legal battle with Labour over his suspension from the parliamentary party will be heard by the High Court.
Children have gone hungry because of Gavin Williamson’s “incompetence” as Education Secretary, Labour has said, ahead of a Commons debate on free school meal provision.
Sir Keir Starmer is to set out his “optimistic” vision for a wide-ranging new relationship with the United States under Joe Biden.
Shadow education secretary Kate Green has called for Gavin Williamson to resign over the latest free school meals scandal, saying he “plainly isn’t up to the job”.
The Government should trust parents and give them cash directly for free school meals instead of vouchers, Labour has demanded.
Jeremy Corbyn will take the first step towards a High Court battle against Labour next week over his suspension from the parliamentary party.
People should be able to have access to Covid-19 vaccination centres 24/7, Labour has said.
Boris Johnson "simply isn't up to the job", Keir Starmer shot as he claimed the prime minister's "serial incompetence" has cost lives and jobs.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said he does not think there is a case for rejoining the EU, or “major renegotiation” of the trading arrangements set out in Boris Johnson’s trade deal.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged the Prime Minister and the Chancellor to guard pandemic-hit family budgets by protecting them from “absurd” council tax rises this spring.
A Labour MP has expressed her gratitude after she returned home following treatment in hospital for coronavirus.
The condition of Labour MP Jo Stevens is “improving”, her team has said, after it was announced she is being treated for coronavirus in hospital.
Labour MP Jo Stevens is being treated for coronavirus in hospital, her team has said.
Sir Keir Starmer says Labour will focus on ensuring “greater prosperity, fairness and opportunity” as the UK forges a “new path” in the world.
More help is needed for businesses that rely on Hogmanay celebrations to bring in much of their cash, Labour has said.
Pubs face losing out on billions of pounds in income over the vital Christmas period as a result of coronavirus restrictions, with Labour warning it could be “last orders” for many bars as a result.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the party will vote in favour of the Government’s “thin” EU deal, saying that no deal is simply not an option.
Labour has called for clarity from the Government over the returnof students to schools and colleges in January.
Spare capacity in the coronavirus testing system should be used to help deal with the situation at British ports, Labour has said.
Sir Keir Starmer is to commit Labour to delivering a new wave of devolution across the UK as he seeks to head off demands for Scottish independence.
The reopening of schools should not be delayed any more than necessary, as teachers remain “determined” to get pupils safely back in the classroom, the Labour Party has said.
Labour plans to introduce a fully independent complaints process to tackle anti-Semitism within the party by late 2021.
Labour has published its plan for dealing with anti-Semitism within the party in response to a highly damning report by the equality watchdog.
The Government could use emergency legal powers to force schools to stay open after council leaders urged them to close early and move to online learning before the Christmas break.
A new poll has shown a slight dip in support for both Scottish independence and the SNP.
The Government has demanded that schools stay open until the end of term as council leaders and headteachers have called for a move to online learning amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
Schools in Islington have been asked to close and switch to online learning from Tuesday evening due to a rise in coronavirus cases across the capital.
Sir Keir Starmer has urged leaders to keep schools open as the London mayor called on the Government to consider closing them early in the capital ahead of Christmas amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
An inquiry into the collapse of engineering firm BiFab has moved one step closer, after the UK Government signalled support.
There will be no European Union embassy in Northern Ireland but Brussels officials will be permitted at border checks in the region once the transition period ends, a senior minister has confirmed.