Jeremy Corbyn faces fresh criticism from one of his own MPs after dodging calls to expel party member who 'sympathised' with 9/11 bombers.Read the full story ›
Labour faces more questions about internal dissent after rumours suggest that a top Jeremy Corbyn aide has left the party.Read the full story ›
The veteran-left took up the role promising a 'new kind of politics', but has also overseen division within his party.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn faces strong opposition from within his shadow cabinet in a bid to see Labour oppose David Cameron's proposed action in Syria.Read the full story ›
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell for comments calling for Irish republican terrorists should be honoured for their actions.Read the full story ›
A millionaire donor and football club owner has offered to support a breakaway of Labour MPs following Jeremy Corbyn's election as leader.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn dismissed suggestions that he should withdraw from the leadership race for the good of the party.
Responding to earlier criticism from David Miliband, he told ITV News' Political Correspondent Lewis Vaughan Jones:
"Miliband lives in New York and may be unaware of the excitement that the leadership contest has aroused in Britain."
He also reacted angrily to suggestions that the 600,000 registered voters were unrepresentative of the country as a whole.
Jeremy Corbyn is the highest rated of Labour's leadership contenders by the public at large, a new poll has suggested.Read the full story ›
Ed Miliband will unveil the party's manifesto for young people and pledge to ban firms from making graduates work unpaid for several weeks.Read the full story ›
The Labour party has responded to the launch of the Conservative party manifesto, hitting out at David Cameron's pledge to provide 30 hours of free childcare a week for three and four-year-olds.
It said that the Conservatives have raised the cost of nursery places by 36% and cut 40,000 childcare places over the past five years in coalition.
What the Tory manifesto doesn't t say: the cost of a nursery place has risen 36% under the Tories
What the Tory manifesto doesn't say: There are over 40,000 fewer childcare places & 720 fewer Sure Start centres than in 2010