Labour should consider having a free vote in any future independence referendum, according to the former leader of the Scottish party, Johann Lamont.
The Conservatives will “slaughter” Labour under Jeremy Corbyn in the next election, the former business secretary Sir Vince Cable has said amid a Liberal Democrat split on how to deal with the rival party’s new leader.
Hilary Benn, the shadow foreign secretary, has signalled Labour could support David Cameron in launching airstrikes in Syria, despite Jeremy Corbyn’s opposition to military action.
Tim Farron addressed the Lib Dem conference on Sunday and appeared on TV at least three times. It was his first appearance before delegates in Bournemouth since Saturday’s rally and the last time before Monday’s EU speech. He gets Tuesday off to prepare his Really Big Speech on Wednesday.
Jeremy Corbyn’s policies represent “a super-charged Milibandism” but risk hurting the people they are designed to help, the first Labour thinktank analysis of his policies has found.
If Britain votes to leave the European Union in the upcoming referendum it would risk breaking up the United Kingdom, according to Nick Clegg, the former deputy prime minister.
Tim Farron, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, has backtracked on claims that Labour MPs could defect to his party, but insisted that it now mattered more than in a generation.
Gordon Brown would never forget what he was doing on the morning when the phone call came that would halt the downward trajectory of what remained of his public life.
The leader of the Democratic Unionist party, Peter Robinson, is suing an Irish politician for libel over allegations made in tweets sent about the government’s sale of £4.5bn of property assets.
Critics have rounded on Boris Johnson after the former mayor of London quit the Conservative leadership race accused of having created a Brexit crisis without confronting the aftermath.
Heidi Alexander, who quit as shadow health secretary last weekend, has criticised John McDonnell’s “totally unacceptable” conduct in setting up a team of NHS policy advisers without telling her.
Chris Coleman wants his Wales players to stay hungry and try to advance in Friday’s quarter-final against Belgium, rather than merely being satisfied with being the last home nation still involved at Euro 2016.