Exclusive: Labour leader let rip in weekly meeting of his frontbenchers.
Labour's Jo Stevens tells HuffPost UK performing arts need urgent government help to stave off mass redundancies.
Recorded before Rebecca Long-Bailey’s sacking, Labour’s shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens joins Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss the lockdown easing and what it could mean for the country next, as well as whether Robert Jenrick can remain in position following his controversial intervention in a planning decision involving Tory donor Richard Desmond.
Cardiff MP wants crackdown on betting machines..
In response, Theresa May said a consultation had been carried out into Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs), which include
Today's Justice Select Committee report into safety in Britain's prisons reveals a crisis in mental health, with rising levels of self-harm, drug abuse and suicide. A few weeks ago, prison officers at Wormwood Scrubs walked out because they could not guarantee safety for themselves or the prisoners. Yet Justice Secretary Michael Gove seems incapable of action.
'Euan and I are too young to vote...'
Two primary school children have written a heartfelt letter urging MPs to allow child refugees into the UK from Europe. Niamh
The impact assessment on union finances is the first issue dealt with in the report and doesn't make for pleasant reading. It shows that unions will face costs in excess of £11.2million and the financial burden doesn't end there. As well as this initial outlay, unions - and ultimately union members paying their subs - will be subjected to another £26million over the five year period subsequent to the passing of the bill. This is further proof - not that it was required - that the bill is a blatant attempt by the Tories to inflict yet more red tape on unions.
The government is to face questions over why it allowed asylum seekers to face abuse and harassment after being forced to