Jeremy Corbyn will pledge to “renationalise” the NHS on Wednesday as he sets out some of the policies he hopes to use to reunite the Labour party if he succeeds in seeing off a leadership challenge from Owen Smith.
The leader of the Scottish Labour party has announced her support for Owen Smith in the party’s leadership contest as ballots are sent out to 640,000 members.
Chi Onwurah, the former shadow minister for culture and the digital economy, has suggested Jeremy Corbyn could be guilty of racial discrimination, in the latest attack by a senior Labour MP on his leadership.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have dismissed criticisms by Sadiq Khan after the London mayor urged Labour party members to ditch their leader and back his rival, Owen Smith, instead.
No one can accuse the English of not being perverse!
A super PAC backing Hillary Clinton 's presidential bid raised nearly $10 million in July, getting a $3 million chunk from hedge fund manager Donald Sussman.
When Boris Johnson was working for the Daily Telegraph in Brussels in the early 1990s, rival British correspondents dreaded midnight calls from their news desks in London.
More than 1,000 Labour councillors have signed a letter of support for the Labour leadership candidate Owen Smith, representing more than 200 local authorities.
Polls have closed in Labour’s bitter leadership election, with the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, predicted that Jeremy Corbyn will comfortably defeat his rival, Owen Smith.
Jeremy Corbyn has said the “vast majority” of Labour MPs should not fear deselection, as he prepares to strengthen members’ grip on policymaking.
The latest YouGov poll, for the Sunday Times, suggests that 12% of voters could be voting for a party that is not their first choice.
The fast food chain McDonald’s has said it is disappointed Labour’s ruling national executive committee decided to bar it from running a stand at the party’s annual conference in Liverpool.
A key ally of Jeremy Corbyn has accused MPs of employing treacherous tactics designed to undermine Labour’s leader, as an analysis of the latest polls by a leading academic suggests the party is on course for its worst local election results for 35 years.
There are few things sadder than a minister trying to defend a policy she doesn’t really believe in. This time last week no one, especially the education secretary, was talking about grammar schools. Then a photographer snapped a No 10 adviser with a briefing note on grammars and Justine Greening was forced to come to the Commons to answer an urgent question about them. “I know nothing about anything,” said Greening. “But when I do, I’ll let you know.”
It’s that time of year: autumn, party conferences, and the season of mellow recall.
Tom Watson, Labour’s deputy leader, has proposed to the party’s governing body, the national executive committee, that MPs elect colleagues to positions in the shadow cabinet, as they did until 2011.
If there is a building in Bradford West that symbolises the political and cultural battle for the constituency, it is perhaps the brand new pub on Westgate.