Two Green party members who hoped to stand for parliament on a job share basis have been refused permission to challenge their rejection in the high court.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to join forces with EU allies to create a “better Europe”, making it clear he has no plans to abandon Britain’s membership of the union.
A new YouGov poll suggests how strong people think numerous factors were in causing Labour to lose the election.
Andy Burnham will try to tap into the surge in support for Jeremy Corbyn by warning that the modern Labour party has become “frightened of its own shadow” and would lack the courage to create the NHS today.
A devastatingly frank attack on “Labour’s narrow, predictable and out of touch” 2015 election campaign is to be launched on Tuesday by seven of the party’s candidates who failed to win critical swing seats in England in May.
William Hague, the former foreign secretary, is to take over as chairman of London’s military thinktank, the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi), in September.
The London mayoral hopeful Tessa Jowell is facing criticism after she took a senior position with a group of firms whose chairman is helping fund her campaign.
The hopes of more than 4.1 million people who signed a petition calling for a second referendum on the EU have faded, after a response from the government saying was a “once in a generation vote”.
Andrea Leadsom has suggested that she would be a better prime minister than her Conservative leadership contest rival Theresa May because she has children and May does not.