The former Business Secretary tells The Independent his former cabinet colleague is 'flakey' and 'ought to be redundant'
Among those with whom peace must be made is Peter Kyle, who will feature on a Channel 4 Dispatches this week, which appears to shows activists from Corbyn’s leadership campaign plotting a takeover of his local party to deselect him from his seat
Norman Lamb has called for a cross-party commission on the future of the NHS
Allowing the party membership to elect Shadow Cabinet positions was labelled ‘deeply divisive’ by Owen Smith, as the Labour leader was forced to deny claims he will use the boundary review to enforce deselection on MPs who have been hostile towards him
Wes Streeting MP says effort to unite the party if Mr Corbyn is re-elected as leader requires all positions - including the shadow Chancellor - to be put to vote by MPs
It's time for liberals in both the Labour and Conservative party to come to the Liberal Democrats, its leader has said
For as long as the UK is a member of the EU, it will block plans for an EU army, says Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon
Under new measures to be announced by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, using a mobile phone while driving will carry an automatic six point penalty
'That release came from the campaign, it didn’t come from Jeremy. We’ve apologised. It was inappropriate,' says the Labour MP for for Hayes and Harlington
Out of 28 Cabinet minsiters, two are from ethnic minorities and seven are women – a genuinely impressive lack of diversity
His proper suit on, his tie done up, Jeremy Corbyn finally gave the Red Tories, the Blairite Stooges and the Biased British Media the afternoon off
Theresa May should “finally set an example we can be proud of” and wear flat shoes instead of her trademark kitten heels to this year’s Tory Party Conference and beyond, according to the leaders of a trade union campaign.
Sketchwriter Tom Peck sees The Secretary of State For Exiting the European Union's attempts at humour fall flat in the Lords, but he gets them laughing in the end
Here’s to a year in which, three eighths of the way through the world’s slowest reshuffle, a minor MP called Barry Gardiner walked past some journalists and went to the toilet outside Jeremy Corbyn’s office, prompting a presumed instant elevation to the shadow cabinet
Andrew Tyrie, the Liaison Committee’s Tory chairman, believes the leak is among the most serious and disruptive Westminster has seen
Private polling puts Corbyn on track for victory in Owen Smith's Pontypridd constituency