The Labour leader hit out during Prime Minister’s Questions.
The Labour leader hit out during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Tony Blair slipped to a lowly seventh place, while just 66 per cent had a favourable opinion of Clement Attlee.
The Labour Party leader backed the assessment of the Duke of Sussex, who has railed against press coverage of his relationship with the Duchess of Sussex after Home Secretary Priti Patel dismissed such suggestions
Jeremy Corbyn quizzed Boris Johnson at PMQs about growing cancer treatment delays, asking: “how many more patients will face are life-threatening delays because our NHS is understaffed an underfunded?”
There were peace rallies on Saturday in London, Liverpool, Chesterfield, Warrington, Canterbury, Swansea, Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and Bristol.
Protesters say the situation in the Middle East remains ‘critical’ following the killing of Iran’s General Soleimani by a US drone.
Northern and South Western Railway are expected to be nationalised.
The move could damage support for Rebecca Long-Bailey, who has tried to position herself as the standard bearer for the left.
Ms Long-Bailey said she could be trusted to maintain the party’s ‘socialist agenda’.
The result will be announced on April 4th, the NEC has confirmed.
Several candidates appeared on Sunday’s political shows as the party looks to regroup following its election defeat.
His decision came after prominent backbenchers Jess Phillips and Lisa Nandy announced their bids to lead the party.
Twitter reacts with shock as a man who literally hid in a freezer during the election turns out to be totally useless in a crisis.
The Birmingham Yardley MP supported victims of domestic abuse for Women’s Aid before entering Parliament in 2015.
Regulator IPSO found it was in “serious breach” of Clause 1 (accuracy) of the Editors’ Code of Practice.
The Labour leader ranked above the convicted sex offender in the 2019 poll.
If he decides to run, Keir Starmer is heading for a "fairly emphatic" victory.
Jeremy Corbyn vows Labour will continue to defend UK’s public services, NHS, environment from Tories
Reflecting on a year which saw the Red Wall crumble, Bolsover lose its beast and constituencies hardest hit by austerity returning MPs from the party that instigated them.
The open letter thanks the Labour leader for “raising political awareness in our country to a level not seen since the end of World War II” in the face of unprecedented media hostility.
The shadow foreign secretary declined to name anyone specifically but said ‘people know who it is that I’m talking about’.
The shadow foreign secretary is the first Labour figure to formally announce a bid for the top job.
The former Prime Minister said the result "has brought shame on us. We let our country down.”
Anyone who stands up for real change will be met by the full force of media opposition,” the Labour Party leader wrote in an open letter.
'From the three proudest sons on the planet, please continue the fight’
He has faced calls to quit immediately after his party’s worst election showing since 1935.
However attractive the policies in Labour's manifesto were, however much hope they offered the nation, the Tory propaganda machine and its echo chamber in the mainstream media was able to sneeringly pull it apart and cut through with the Fool’s Gold of “get Brexit done."
The Labour Party leader’s tweet caused quite a few scares on polling day.
You’ve probably seen the video of Boris Johnson cowering behind milk crates then hiding in a fridge as his minders keep reporters away, but what you very likely haven’t seen reported on TV or in most of the press is the reception that the Labour leader received in constituencies all ...
While the Labour leader has met with cheering crowds around the nation, his Conservative counterpart appeared to be hiding from scrutiny from interviewers, TV debates and the public to avoid people taking him to taking him to task over his broken promises and the Conservative record in power.
"We represent a significant number of Jewish people who support the Labour Party and the left wing policies of Jeremy Corbyn, and Jewish people are as badly affected as all other people by this vicious racist cruel Tory government that is punishing the poor and disabled and we all need ...
Jeremy Corbyn pokes fun at Boris Johnson for hiding in a fridge to avoid an interview
A brilliant, impossible-angle finish from Mohamed Salah clinched a 2-0 victory in Austria and ensured Liverpool finished top of Group E.
"Are we going to accept the inequality, the poverty and injustice or are we going do something a bit different and try and change it around by investing in our people for the future and investing in our planet?"
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said his party’s plans for the NHS are ‘completely credible’.
He said the situation facing Labour was ‘abysmal’ because voters ‘can’t stand Corbyn’ and think the party has ‘blocked Brexit’.
“Wherever he turns up he is treated like a rock star and suddenly people appear out of nowhere.”
Inside the card there is a personal message from Luis Walker, 9, which reads: “My Christmas wish is for everyone all over the world to get the medicine to make them feel better.”
Jeremy Corbyn revealed the trade documents to the public to show that Boris Johnson’s assurances about keeping the NHS safe in a post Brexit trade deal with the US could not believed, also revealing internal government documents showing that Johnson’s vows there would not be a customs border between Northern ...
The Labour leader said a confidential report paints a ‘damning picture’ of Boris Johnson’s deal, especially when it came to Northern Ireland.
On a visit to a garment factory organised by Conservative Campaign HQ, the Tory leader refused to apologise for a decade of cuts by his party.
The country residence was gifted a century ago to whoever holds the office of PM to allow them a place to retreat from the bustle of Downing Street.
Jeremy Corbyn said it ‘can’t be right’ that people were living on the streets in Britain and vowed to give up Chequers to those without a home.
Noam Chomsky, Roger Waters and Steve Coogan added their names to a letter backing Mr Corbyn to be next prime minister.
Labour is pledging a £10 minimum wage for all workers.