Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn has denied that he would reinstate clause IV of the Labour party constitution, which committed the party to nationalising industry and was scrapped by Tony Blair 20 years ago.
With just five days to go until voting opens in the Labour party leadership contest, candidates Liz Kendall and Andy Burnham have used YouTube videos to make their personal appeals to voters.
Here’s a question for you. Consider the following statement: “We must live within our means, so cutting the deficit is the top priority.” Do you agree?
Around Westminster, the joke goes that the only pre-election pledge the Conservative government has kept this summer was George Osborne’s promise to give Tory election supremo Lynton Crosby a kiss for delivering an unexpected majority.
There can’t be many people left in the country who’ve never heard of Jeremy Corbyn.
Donald Trump has courted controversy with his outspoken views on immigration and fellow Republicans, but the billionaire businessman may have been too reserved in his first GOP presidential primary debate, a former White House aide to George H.W.
Nationalising the major power providers, as suggested by Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn, could cost £185bn, according to leading City analysts.
More than 250 former candidates and members of rival leftwing parties have sought to be given a ballot paper in the Labour leadership election, raising concerns about the integrity of the ballot a week before the voting process begins.
David Cameron won the general election on the basis of a series of lies, Yvette Cooper said on Thursday, as she highlighted a series of broken promises by the Conservatives.
Control over all schools admissions should be handed back to local education authorities as part of a reform process that would see the eventual phasing out of academies and free schools, Andy Burnham will announce.