During the party’s third day of conference in Brighton, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell announced the implementation of 32-hour working weeks within 10 years, with no loss of pay. The announcement came after a busy weekend for the party, which saw Jeremy Corbyn’s top aide Andrew Fisher quit.
Labour leader says suggestion he could quit "wishful thinking" following move to oust Tom Watson as deputy and resignation of top aide.
Andrew Fisher quits and says Labour won't win election as party meltdown overshadows policy announcements for second day at Brighton conference.
After countless cups of tea and sandwiches, even the magic ingredients of goodwill and trust were not enough to get a breakthrough
The five things you need to know on Friday May 27, 2016… 1) PURDAH, SHE WROTE Naughty, naughty No.10. Just two hours before
Bob Kerslake drafted in as top team changes
Jeremy Corbyn has drafted in a former Civil Service chief to review Labour's role as the official Opposition, HuffPost UK
Oh, Oldham West. Poor, poor Oldham West. By the time you read this article, we might already know the results of Thursday's
Jeremy Corbyn looks set for a new power struggle with Labour MPs amid claims of a social media crackdown on his critics and
I don't see how he can have campaigned, had complex loyalties, exercised discipline, made sacrifices, cared - all the things that Labour campaigners do - and laughed as Ed Balls fell... If his heart isn't with Labour, he shouldn't be at the heart of Labour.