The leadership contender says Labour’s path back to power is through rebuilding the trade union movement.Read the full story ›
Sir Keir, who is a frontrunner in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn, pulled out of events on Thursday, Friday and the weekend.Read the full story ›
The shadow business secretary also said she would not stand in the way of a new referendum on Scottish independence.Read the full story ›
Sir Keir has secured the backing of 24 Labour MPs - putting him well ahead of his main rival Rebecca Long Bailey.Read the full story ›
David Lammy’s article in the Observer was seen as a pitch to replace Jeremy Corbyn as leader.Read the full story ›
Speaking on the Peston show on Wednesday, the shadow Foreign Secretary officially confirmed she was in the running for Labour's top job.Read the full story ›
He was backed by shadow home secretary Andy Burnham.Read the full story ›
Mr Smith's challenge to Jeremy Corbyn was backed by over 160 Labour MPs.Read the full story ›
In total, there have been 183,541 applications made to the Labour Party in the last 48 hours, to sign up as registered supporters.
Registered supporters who paid the £25 fee will have the right to vote in the upcoming leadership election between current leader Jeremy Corbyn, and Labour MP Owen Smith.
The vote is also open to those who joined before January 12, as well as affiliated supporters from unions and other organisations.
A spokesman for Mr Corbyn said it was "reasonable to assume" that a large amount of new registrations come from supporters of the veteran MP.