Bury South MP and Labour former minister Ivan Lewis is facing an investigation following a complaint about his conduct, the party has said.Read the full story ›
Andy Burnham warned that Labour remains too "London-centric" after no leader from the North was given speaking slot at party conferenceRead the full story ›
The former wife of Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk said she wanted her voice to be heard.Read the full story ›
Labour's Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell MP, will today pledge that the party could invest up to £30 billion in the North West when he addresses Labour's North West Regional Conference in Blackpool.
The package forms part of Labour's proposals for a £500 billion investment, and a lending boost for the whole country, bringing jobs and growth to every region and backed up with a new National Investment Bank and network of regional banks, including a 'Bank of the North'.
Labour party members across the north west have been gathering names for a petition against the government's plans for grammar schools.
It follows a call for a day of action against the proposals by the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the party's conference in Liverpool last week.
Ashton-under-Lyne MP and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner joined the protest in the town.
Derek Hatton says he exchanged a few "very pleasant, very welcoming" words with Jeremy Corbyn at the Labour conference in LiverpoolRead the full story ›
Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk has spoken in support of Labour MP Keith Vaz, who is facing allegations he paid for the services of male escorts.
He told Good Morning Britain he believes there is a public interest in the story surrounding the Leicester East MP but says there should be "some sympathy for Keith" in the way he's been treated in the media.
The Rochdale MP also said Vaz makes a "positive contribution" to British politics and serves his constituency well.
Danczuk is currently suspended by the Labour party as MP for Rochdale following allegations he sent sexually explicit messages to a 17-year-old girl.
Merseyside Police said the decision to cancel surgeries was a matter for the MP and her staff.Read the full story ›
As Owen Smith launches his Labour leadership bid, Angela Eagle has launched her "Keep it Comradely" pledge.
The Wallasey MP told waiting reporters:
This is my clean campaign pledge, I'm going to sign it today and I hope that all of the other candidates in the leadership election, and their supporters, party members up and down the country, will sign up to that pledge.
Angela Eagle says she welcomes Owen Smith into the Labour leadership contest.
Speaking to ITV News this morning the Wallasey MP said she wants to have a debate on the direction of the Labour Party's future.