Gordon Brown has called for tax havens to be named and shamed and face sanctions as he launches a global petition urging immediate action.Read the full story ›
The former prime minister revealed a crucial piece of US intelligence was not shared with Britain.Read the full story ›
The former PM said he suffered a sudden deterioration in his good eye while in Number 10.Read the full story ›
Poverty will be more acute in the UK under Theresa May than it was under Margaret Thatcher, according to Gordon Brown.Read the full story ›
The former prime minister said terrorism and illegal immigration cannot be dealt with without cooperation across Europe.Read the full story ›
Illegal immigration is a more serious problem than immigration from the EU, Gordon Brown has said.
In an interview with the BBC's Today programme, the former prime minister pointed out that countries outside the EU such as Norway and Switzerland have higher rates of immigration.
"If you look at the actual figures themselves, then 500,000 of the people you classify as Europeans coming into Britain are Irish citizens," he said. "Nobody wants to exclude the Irish citizens from Great Britain.
"The real problem we are dealing with, and the biggest problem, is illegal immigration. When you saw these Albanians coming into the country, that wasn’t Europeans trying to get in by right. That was illegal immigrants driven by gang masters, driven by traffickers, criminal gangs."
Mr Brown - whose late intervention in the Scottish referendum campaign was considered pivotal - will vow to make the "positive" case.Read the full story ›
Former Prime Minister speaks to Good Morning Britain about David Cameron's overheard comments following his own off-camera gaffe in 2010.Read the full story ›
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, Mr Brown said that staying in the European Union was in the best interests of the UK.Read the full story ›
Gordon Brown has warned the Labour party to choose its next leader carefully.
Brown did not mention Jeremy Corbyn by name in his intervention on Sunday, but it was clear the former prime minister was warning against voting Corbyn in as the party's next leader.
ITV News's political correspondent Libby Wiener reports: