General Secretary Tim Roache said Nandy is a "breath of fresh air in the debate over Labour’s future".
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Phillips said she had to "be honest" with herself and "that person is not me".
Ms Phillips is expected to make a statement on the status of her campaign on this afternoon.
The move is in line with its strategy to continue to serve its European clients seamlessly from the continent's major cities, including Frankfurt, Luxembourg and Dublin.
"This is the ugly face of Nationalism and thuggery," Steve Bray said.
"THIS IS LITERALLY WHAT YOU VOTED FOR".
Lord Tony Hall will step down from the role this summer.
Harry’s relationship with the press has been a complicated and difficult one.
Keir Hardie rose from humble beginnings to become one of Britain's most notable politicians and the first Labour leader.
The news comes as Boris Johnson hosts the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.
It comes after a campaign to urge 'centrists' who left over Jeremy Corbyn to return to the party.
The pub giant’s ‘Let’s stay friends’ move will offer customers around 60p off drinks which originate in a number of European countries.
That's right, you can now get married in a Wetherspoons.
Starmer provided pro-bono legal advice to the Royle Family star and the 24 Shrewsbury trade unionists.
The engineer ran an organisation that made the aluminium composite cladding panels used on Grenfell.
The pair were the only candidates in the yes-no question of whether Momentum should endorse them.
The growth has been driven by food rather than drink, figures show.
It comes after Labour pledged to give 16 year-olds a vote in a second Brexit referendum.
"As long as it's your wish to stay with us, the European Union will always be your home"
From £350 million-a-week for the NHS to a £500k crowdfunder for some bongs - the Brexit project is slowly unravelling.
At 50, the wealthiest men in England and the US lived around an extra 31 years in good health compared with around 22-23 years for the poorest.
A look around this morning's papers, as the Daily Express vents at Big Ben bong.
Bad news for Boris: A new study shows EU countries are some of the most open to trade in the world - whereas his new trade targets are not.
Ashford MP Damian Green said he was "delighted" the "wretched barriers" were being removed.
The Prime Minister said "you and your predecessor made a personal promise that the 2014 Independence Referendum was a "once in a generation" vote"
The PM’s comments follow reports that the UK would seek to conduct parallel post-Brexit trade talks with the US and EU from February.
Lisa Nandy is through to the next round of the Labour leadership battle.
Shadow Treasury minister Clive Lewis acknowledged he would not get the 22 nominations required.
They ran her out of town and now they're mad she's leaving.
A fire in mid-December killed Tyson Steele’s dog and left him with no means of communication, he told state troopers.
Emily Thornberry and Clive Lewis will find out whether they have sufficient support to make it through to the next stage of the contest.
He said the alliance's chief, Jens Stoltenberg, seemed "very excited" by the suggestion.
"Just as we did upon news of the Allies' victory in 1945, let's celebrate our new-found independence!", they said.
Newly appointed boss Martin Green said he aims to bring the nation together when the post-Brexit festival of Britain gets underway.
Kate Griffiths said that to mark the UK leaving the European Union breweries should brew a celebratory Brexit beer.
The British economy is now 3 per cent smaller than it could have been had the relationship with the EU been maintained.
Tory Brexiteer Suella Braverman even voted against the scheme – despite previously participating in it as a student.
Government austerity, more insecure work and years of pay stagnation are to blame, says the TUC.
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