The Labour MP and ‘father of the House’ Sir Gerald Kaufman died last night, his family announced.
Both Paul Nuttall and Jeremy Corbyn faced setbacks last night as Tories won the seat in Copeland, and Labour held off a challenge from UKIP to keep its seat in Stoke-on-Trent.
The Daily Mail has today admitted it had wrongly blamed Labour for compensation paid to a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.
The Labour MP Gisela Stuart was branded a hypocrite last night after voting against amendments calling the Tories to commit to an extra £350m for NHS a week, despite riding on a bus saying exactly that.
The Labour leadership were accused of “being duped” last night for accepting government reassurances they would get to vote on the final deal before Britain leaves the EU.
It is one of the biggest debates of our generation and yet MPs have had barely two days to discuss it.
The government has just published the full bill on triggering Article 50, which starts the process for Brexit.
The Labour Leave campaign claim to be working in the interests of the Labour party, so why are they boosting Ukip with a ‘voodoo poll’?
The Labour leadership is not planning to block the triggering of Article 50, but it may frustrate the government’s efforts nevertheless.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed suggestions that Labour MPs will face a three-line whip to vote for Article 50, contrary to media reports.