The health secretary has accused the British Medical Association of behaving in a “totally irresponsible way” in the ongoing dispute about the new junior doctors’ contract.
Staying in the European Union is in the best interests of Britain, with the referendum campaign a chance to push for more public ownership of local services, Jeremy Corbyn will say on Saturday.
After the second world war, Winston Churchill spelled out his vision “to recreate the European family, or as much of it as we can, and to provide it with a structure under which it can dwell in peace, in safety and in freedom.
David Cameron received qualified support for his EU renegotiation plan from his Polish counterpart on Friday, at the start of a two-country tour to firm up backing before the EU summit at which he hopes the proposals will be finalised.
Labour should not back an English parliament because that would look like “giving up on Britain”, Tom Watson, the party’s deputy leader, will say on Saturday.
A total of 84,000 EU migrant families on tax credits would have been affected by David Cameron’s “emergency brake” if it had been introduced four years ago, official figures reveal.
The main campaign group seeking to take Britain out of the EU is in danger of losing the referendum unless “damaging and unnecessary” bickering is stopped, according to a leaked internal email.
Labour MP Harry Harpham, who entered the Commons only last year, has died after a battle with cancer.
An emergency brake to limit in-work benefits for EU migrants is a “sideshow” that will fail to reduce the number of arrivals to the UK, Alan Johnson has said.
Ukip has been accused of “baseless scaremongering” after it used a party political broadcast on the BBC to warn of the dangers of Turkey joining the EU, highlighting its Muslim population and claiming 15 million of its citizens could migrate to the UK.
Labour’s national executive committee (NEC) must have the power to determine who is eligible to vote in a leadership election, depending on the circumstances surrounding the poll, the court of appeal has heard.
Last week, we asked Labour supporters attending Jeremy Corbyn’s rallies and speeches how they felt as the leadership election unfolded.
Labour’s civil war entered a bitter new phase with Jeremy Corbyn and his deputy Tom Watson locked in a public spat about whether the party risks being taken over by hard left activists driven out in the 1980s.