The Labour MP Vauxhall speaks to HuffPost UK about threats, growing up in south London and how people need to recognise that politicians are "human beings" too.
Labour's Olivia Blake says move should mean women will start to receive support after their first miscarriage.
One person tweeted: "Does she not understand basics of UK parliament..."
The former Labour leader will host four days of talks, workshops and performances to highlight ways to tackle the climate emergency.
Labour's Taiwo Owatemi said she was "greatly concerned" by Kathleen Stock's trustee role in the group LGB Alliance.
The ex-health's secretary's appointment has sparked criticism after it followed a damning report into the UK's response to the pandemic.
Ed Miliband Reminds Us Starmer’s Driving Test Fail Could Have Been Worse: ‘It’s Hardly The Bacon Sandwich’
The former Labour leader was quick to defend Starmer after his embarrassing HGV moment.
The Greater Manchester mayor also dismissed accusations that he undermined Keir Starmer at Labour's conference in Brighton.
"I don’t know, it’s a yikes from me you guys."
The cabinet minister also defended Angela Rayner's "scum" comments, saying it was "late at night".
Powell: "I was a state educated, northern girl doing science."
What we learned from Keir Starmer's first in-person conference as party leader. The Labour left is out of power but it is not out of voice.
‘We Don’t Call Boris Johnson A Liar Enough’ – David Lammy Defends Keir Starmer On Good Morning Britain
David Lammy was differentiating between the prime minister's U-turns and the Labour leader's flip-flopping.
He outlined his key priorities as: work, care, equality and security.
Labour leader also tells Jeremy Corbyn the ball is in his court if he wants the party whip back.
The deputy leader reaffirmed Labour's commitment to updating the Gender Recognition Act to include the process of self-ID.
The former Labour leader denied there was a 'Machiavellian plot' to undermine Keir Starmer at Labour party conference.
With Corbyn out and Starmer in, Labour Party conference feels very different this year.
The former Commons speaker said the Labour deputy feels "very, very angry about what is happening to this country".