One 'Blairite' said they couldn't possibly hold a impressionless face for the duration of the speech.Read the full story ›
On the first anniversary of the scheme's introduction, free school meals in England are at risk of being axed by George Osborne.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn speaks to ITV News about a range of issues from party politics, benefit cap limits, Cameron claims and using an autocue.Read the full story ›
Labour supporters have spoken, writes Chris Ship - but what will the electorate make of their decision to elect Jeremy Corbyn as leader?Read the full story ›
With the ballots closed, Labour awaits the result of its leadership election. Whatever the outcome, Labour is a changed party.Read the full story ›
The announcement that a British missile killed Reyaad Khan and another UK citizen two weeks ago is significant.Read the full story ›
There are talks going on late into the evening between Number 10 and the Home Office, even though David Cameron has already left for meetings in Madrid and Lisbon tomorrow.
It's thought he is working towards a plan to help the refugees in the camps on Syria's borders.
A backbench revolt over proposals to ease purdah restrictions on the EU referendum has led to a government climb down.Read the full story ›
An aide for a stop-Corbyn candidate says it's now a question of whether Corbyn can get above or below around 48% of first preference votes.Read the full story ›