The Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn has said he will run for the party leadership on a “clear anti-austerity platform”.
David Cameron is under mounting pressure to turn down an expected 10% rise in pay for MPs after the three main Labour leadership hopefuls said they would not not accept the extra £6,700 a year.
Ed Miliband had prepared a detailed action plan to start to oust David Cameron from Downing Street on the day after the general election, based on the private polling that showed the party ahead in key marginal seats.
Tony Blair is to take on a new role tackling antisemitism by assuming the chairmanship of a pan-European body that campaigns for stronger laws against extremism across the continent.
Scottish Labour must stop blaming the SNP for everything that’s wrong with national politics, according to one candidate for leadership of the party.
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Sir Menzies Campbell has accused Alex Salmond of being “out of order” after the former Scottish first minister suggested that Charles Kennedy was not wholly committed to the pro-UK side in the Scottish independence referendum campaign.
Andy Burnham, the frontrunner for the Labour leadership, will propose that the party learns lessons from the Scottish referendum campaign and set up a separate campaign to keep Britain in the European Union.
Nicola Sturgeon is warning that there will be an “unstoppable clamour” for a second Scottish independence referendum if Scotland is taken out of the EU against its will.
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In the first hint that European leaders may be willing to discuss changes to the EU’s existing freedom of movement rules as part of a new relationship with the UK, the French finance minister Michel Sapin has said everything will be on the table in the future talks with the UK, including freedom of movement.
Angela Eagle is expected to launch a bid for the Labour leadership on Thursday as Jeremy Corbyn continues to resist intense pressure to resign, including from his deputy.
The Brexit campaign’s biggest financial donor has said he is considering backing a new political party taking in members of Ukip, Labour and the Conservatives.