Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at Theresa May’s “leap in the dark” draft Brexit deal and warned it cannot be put to Parliament.
Tony Blair has savaged Theresa May’s Brexit deal, saying it amounted to “capitulation” to the European Union.
Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has said Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union can still be halted.
Scotland Yard is investigating allegations of anti-Semitic hate crimes within the Labour Party.
Labour is set to table Budget amendments calling for income tax rises for high earners.
John McDonnell has refused to back down after supporting Philip Hammond’s tax cuts for the middle classes in the face of intense criticism from the Labour ranks.
John McDonnell has come under fire from within Labour ranks after backing Philip Hammond’s income-tax cuts for millions of people.
Gordon Dadds, one of the law firms at the centre of a high profile court case involving Sir Philip Green, has struck a deal to buy rival Ince & Co to create the UK’s largest listed law firm.
A record 18,647 emergency and non-emergency children’s operations were cancelled last year, figures show.
Stress-led absences in the NHS have risen by just under a fifth, new analysis shows.
Football Association boss Martin Glenn has expressed his doubts that a tax on agents’ fees, transfers or Premier League revenues is the answer to English football’s grassroots funding problem.
Labour has called on the government to invest more money in grassroots football after Fulham owner Shahid Khan withdrew his £900million offer to buy Wembley.
The Scottish Health Secretary has been urged to expand menopause clinics across the country.
It is better to make human rights arguments without referring to Nazis, the chairman of Labour’s anti-Semitism inquiry has suggested.
Labour’s sister party has voted to back a second referendum on the terms of the Brexit deal.
A group of business leaders have united to urge the Prime Minister to act over what they have termed severe labour shortages in Northern Ireland.
Labour under Jeremy Corbyn has moved further to the left than it has ever been before, Tony Blair claimed.
Jeremy Corbyn warned Theresa May her claims of ending austerity will be a “great big Conservative con” if she fails to boost public sector spending in the Budget.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a strong and stable performance that revealed his Action Man tendencies as he scaled a wall at a climbing centre.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Ireland’s capital city in a national protest over the country’s housing crisis.