Mass resignations from the Shadow Cabinet today.
TIMELINE OF LABOUR’S CIVIL WAR Sunday: 1am: Jeremy Corbyn sacks Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn from his Shadow Cabinet
The five things you need to know on Friday July 3, 2015... 1) REMEMBRANCE DAY The minute’s silence at noon today will allow
British airstrikes in Syria moved a step closer today after Labour called for a “considered assessment” of how to defeat
GRAPHIC CONTENT Another MP - this time one who was once declared among the most boring on Twitter - has been left red-faced
Last week, the final tranche of redundancies within the British armed forces were announced. This fourth tranche, whilst it may have been expected, will still bring a new air of uncertainty to those finding themselves at risk. The announcement concerned specific time-lines, redundancy fields and the numbers to be cut.
Labour is proud of our armed forces and we support the principle of integrating the reserves to play a larger role. But we're clear that reductions to the regular Army must only take place at a pace that allows adequate uplift in the reserves to meet the shortfall. Otherwise we are taking risks with our country's defence and security. And that's not an option.
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Government was today accused of engaging in gimmicks following the disclosure that a minister is