A strong statement has been issued from CWU withdrawing financial support from Bristol's 3 Labour MPs.Read the full story ›
Labour's Ben Bradshaw MP has gotten worked up over whether there should be a vote on triggering Article 50 (The EU exit mechanism).Read the full story ›
Hundreds of Labour supporters are rallying behind a Bristol MP because of her refusal to continue to back Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.Read the full story ›
The messages of support for the Labour leader were written in the sand across Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Kerry McCarthy has resigned as shadow environment secretary in protest of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party.
She was an advocate for Britain to remain in the EU, and her resignation follows continued criticism from within the Labour party of leader Jeremy Corbyn's 'lacklustre' campaigning in the run-up to the referendum.
The Bristol East MP joins Lilian Greenwood, Lucy Powell, Ian Murray, Gloria De Piero and Heidi Alexander who have also stepped down from their roles
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been invited to address more than 130,000 music fans at this year's Glastonbury Festival.
The Labour leader has been asked to speak from the main stage on the final day of the hugely popular event, sources have said.
Meanwhile his shadow chancellor John McDonnell has been invited to speak at the festival's Left Field, where music and politics mix.
Union leaders have taken part in debates at Glastonbury in previous years but Mr Corbyn would be the first party leader to appear.
A Labour Party source confirmed Mr Corbyn had been invited.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in the west visiting Stroud and Bristol .
He has visited Littlecombe Development, Dursley, to hear about how the site is providing homes, businesses and health services for the local community.
Stroud District Council purchased the site in 2011 and has been developing the site to include a community hospital, houses including affordable homes and a business zone.
Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire is attending her first Parliamentary debate today after an eight-month absence due to breast cancer.Read the full story ›
Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire is attending her first Parliamentary debate today after an eight-month absence due to breast cancer.
Thangam, who won the seat for Labour at the election last May, is a former professional musician who still plays the cello in her spare time.
She told us music has helped her recovery from treatment which has seen her undergo an operation to remove a tumour, followed by chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
MPs are preparing to vote on whether to join coalition airstrikes in Syria. David Cameron called a one-day Commons debate which will begin today (Dec 2) and will finish later today around 10pm.
Kerry McCarthy, Labour MP for Bristol East, has written a statement on why she has taken the stance to "vote against air strikes".
You can read her full statement here.
Many constituents have expressed their fears that intervention in Syria would significantly increase the risk of attacks on the UK.
Of course, the security of British citizens is of paramount importance to me as an MP, but it is clear that ISIL and similar groups already pose a substantial threat to us all. The horrific attacks in Paris last month are a reminder of this.
It could easily have taken place on British soil. And of course, we should not forget the deaths of 30 British holidaymakers in Tunisia earlier this year. British intelligence agencies have revealed that seven ISIL plots targeting Britain have been foiled in the last year alone, and that there is a clear connection between the threats we face and ISIL headquarters in Raqqa.
It should also be noted that we are already involved in action against ISIL in Iraq, and are providing support to other countries for action against ISIL in Syria.