On Wednesday the parliament was set to vote on lifting the ban, but this has been delayed as the SNP now plan to vote on it.
Labour leadership contender Liz Kendall has defended Harriet Harman after she said she would not oppose some government welfare cuts, including the cap on household benefit income.
Andy Burnham has issued his fullest apology yet for Labour overspending before the 2010 election, and denied he had ever said he would not talk to the Sun newspaper.
It is hard to think what, if anything, has gone right for the Labour party since 9.55pm on election night.
One of the two candidates campaigning to be the next Liberal Democrat leader has called for a ‘New Federalism’ in the UK.
Labour will not be voting against the government’s welfare bill and the limiting of child tax credits to two children, Harriet Harman has confirmed.
Out of the four Labour leadership candidates Corbyn is the most left wing, but would a Corbyn victory make the party unelectable?
David Cameron is five years away from giving up his position of Prime Minister, but George Osborne could be the one to replace him.
Alain Juppé, the frontrunner in next year’s French presidential elections, is to visit London and has suggested a deal may be possible on free movement of workers that will allow the UK access to the single market.
Andrea Leadsom has set out her vision for the leadership of the Conservative party, insisting EU nationals in Britain will not be “bargaining chips” but that freedom of movement will end.
Leading Conservatives from opposite sides of the Brexit debate have criticised the national sense of despair in the wake of the leave vote but have clashed over whether fears stoked by the remain campaign are to blame.