Jeremy Corbyn is to urge supporters to back the European Union “warts and all” as he tries to allay fears among remain campaigners that a failure to motivate Labour voters could leave Britain at risk of crashing out of the EU.
Ruth Davidson has launched the Scottish Conservative manifesto with a candid admission that it is not a programme for government but a programme for a strong opposition, and pledged to succeed where Labour has failed in holding the Scottish National party to account.
A full public inquiry should be held into the leaked Panama Papers rather than a proposed government taskforce, which is due to report to ministers, because Tory donors feature in the documents, John McDonnell has said.
The Scottish Green party has promised leftwing voters it would put Nicola Sturgeon under friendly pressure to tax the rich if it wins a large number of Holyrood seats in May.
Antisemitism is “repulsive” and must be exposed and defeated, the former foreign secretary David Miliband has said amid growing controversy over prejudice against Jews within the Labour party.
Voters should beware of judging politicians by their tax returns, because some of Britain’s greatest leaders – including Winston Churchill – had “chaotic” personal finances, former Conservative leader William Hague has argued.
A group of wealthy Conservative businessmen is preparing to give up to £5m to the Brexit campaign amid an outcry about the government’s pro-EU leaflet to UK households, according to a report.
The UK blocked tougher EU trade rules to help the steel industry partly because it could have raised the price of shoes for British shoppers, Sajid Javid has said.
George Osborne has released a summary of his tax return for last year showing he earned almost £200,000 by topping up his chancellor’s salary with rental income and dividends from his family’s wallpaper firm.
Leaving the EU would be an act of political arson that risks the destruction of international order, the former foreign secretary David Miliband has said.
The UK is expected to launch formal talks to leave the European Union in January or February next year, one of Europe’s top leaders said after a special summit without Britain, aimed at rallying the bloc battered by Brexit and the migration crisis.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Labour MPs critical of his leadership to rejoin the frontbench if he wins next week’s vote, as long they respect his mandate and accept the “general direction” of his anti-austerity policies.
Ukip is expected to elect its first female leader at the party’s annual conference, ahead of a struggle for relevance after the Brexit vote and departure of Nigel Farage.