Parliament must have a vote on the Government's Brexit plan, Hilary Benn has said.
The Government has insisted that the EU referendum result must be respected and that its negotiating strategy should not be undermined, but there are growing calls from MPs for a vote to take place.
Mr Benn, the chairman of the Commons Brexit Committee told the BBC's The Andrew Marr Show: "I think that it is right and proper that Parliament should, first of all, have a chance to express a view about what our negotiating objectives are going to be."
He added that it was "essential" that Brexit minister David Davis tell Parliament what his negotiating objectives are.
Labour said its plan would mean grieving families would not have to pay for either a burial plot or cremation for a child aged under 16.Read the full story ›
Brabin secured a huge majority after the Tories, Liberal Democrats and Ukip decided not to put up candidates out of respect to Mrs Cox.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn is "in denial" about the extent of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party, Conservative MP Tim Loughton has said.
Mr Loughton, the acting chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee, suggested the Labour leader is not doing enough to challenge anti-Semitism within Labour.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Mr Loughton said: "We pay tribute to Jeremy Corbyn's long and proud record of fighting racism over many, many years - that is not in doubt.
"What we do question is his leadership in actually doing something serious about this emerging problem of anti-Semitism. Up to 50 members of the Labour Party have been suspended over the last year on his watch."
Mr Loughton added that Labour's "mismanagement" of its alleged anti-Semitism problem has "created an air of it being safe for these anti-Semites within the Labour Party to operate".
Jeremy Corbyn failed to provide "consistent leadership" in tackling anti-Semitic abuse within the Labour ranks, a report by MPs said.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader announced 21 new shadow appointments, including 10 MPs who previously walked out in protest at his leadership.Read the full story ›
Labour whips Conor McGinn and Holly Lynch have resigned.
Their decision to stand aside follows the sacking of chief whip Rosie Winterton, who was dismissed in Jeremy Corbyn's controversial frontbench shakeup.
Chairman of the parliamentary party, John Cryer, issued an angry letter to MPs saying he had been kept in the dark about the changes.Read the full story ›
Rosie Winterton, Labour's Chief Whip for six years, has been sacked by party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn thanked Winterton for her "exceptional service" as he announced that Newcastle MP Nick Brown had taken over the role.
"[Rosie Winterton] has played an outstanding role in her support for me as leader and for the Labour Party as a whole," Corbyn said.
Rosie Winterton - who stuck with Jeremy Corbyn & planned his Shadow Cabinet in 2015 - has been sacked by the Labour leader in the last hour