The Labour leader did not say whether he would maintain Britain's nuclear deterrent programme.Read the full story ›
An energised Jeremy Corbyn visited Warrington South, his eighth campaign visit since the election was called.Read the full story ›
Labour wants the UK's biggest firms to do more in a bid to close down "loopholes and scams" and recoup unpaid tax worth up to £9.5 billion.Read the full story ›
Ed Miliband has said the brutality of the Syrian civil war made him question his efforts to successfully block airstrikes against the Assad regime in 2013.
However the former Labour leader said he still concluded it was the "right thing to do".
Mr Miliband led a rebellion in 2013 against then-prime minister David Cameron's plans in response to chemical weapons attacks against civilians.
He was questioned over his stance on not intervening during an appearance on Channel 4 comedy show The Last Leg, hours after US President Donald Trump launched air strikes in Syria.
"The horrible scenes, ghastly scenes (of the conflict) obviously make me think about that," he said.
"I have thought a lot about it and whether it was the right thing to do but I think in the end, in my heart of hearts I do feel it was."
Mr Miliband said there was a lack of plan for the consequences of the strikes in 2013 and he feared Britain "being drawn into the Syrian civil war".
"The biggest lesson of the Iraq war was you don't send our forces into combat unless you know there is a clear plan," he said.
The policy would boost the health and education of all children while ending a "subsidy to the privileged few", Jeremy Corbyn will say.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has reacted angrily to suggestions he should stand aside as Labour leader in the wake of the party's poor poll showings.Read the full story ›
Labour will reject any Brexit deal which does not pass "six tests" to be revealed tomorrow, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Any deal must offer the "exact same benefits" the UK has from the single market and customs union, the shadow Brexit secretary added.
He said: "If our tests are not met then we do not intend to support the deal the government comes back with."
In order for Labour to back Brexit, the deal must:
- Offer the exact same benefits as the single market and the customs union
- Provide fair management of migration in the interests of the economy and communities
- Create a strong collaborative future relationship with the EU
- Defend rights and protections
- Protect national security and the UK's capacity to tackle cross-border crime
- Deliver for all regions and nations of the UK
The Labour leader blamed an apparent spike in racial abuse since Brexit on the Government's "apathetic" approach to human rights issues.Read the full story ›
Ahead of this week's Budget, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has called on the government to bring "fairness back into our economy".Read the full story ›
It had been reported that four domain names which appeared to support Clive Lewis for Labour leader were registered in June last year.Read the full story ›