The former Labour leadership contender is to decide whether to seek the role when it comes up for election in 2017
'What kind of country leaves people, who did no more than wave off their loved-ones to a football match, sitting in a courtroom, 27 years later, begging for the reputation of their sons, daughters, brothers, sisters and fathers'
The Prime Minister said the verdicts represented a “landmark moment in the quest for justice” for the Liverpool fans who died at Hillsborough
Andy Burnahm says the UK Border Force will face a 6 per cent reduction next year
First stop: Wolverhampton
If he ever stops touring (and running marathons), Eddie Izzard just might get his political career off the ground
The shadow Home Secretary's closest political ally, MIchael Dugher, is under threat in the forthcoming reshuffle
An evaluation of a pilot of the scheme found that the red tape involved led to a preference among some for 'lower risk' tenants – including those with a 'local accent'
Exclusive: Landlords checking immigration status could refuse to let to people with 'ethnic-sounding names'
The shadow Home Secretary gave a karaoke rendering of 'I Saw Her Standing There' at the Mirror's party
Shadow home secretary tells Labour confrence the PM needs to 'have compassion' towards refugees
Andy Burnham says Labour had in the past 'neglected' immigration as an issue
Health campaigners say ban could protect nearly half a million children who are exposed second-hand smoke every week
Peers are set to vote on the issue this afternoon amid Labour calls for the creation of a specific offence amid claims the move will help save to lives
Three NHS managers reportedly received redundancy payments totalling nearly £1m - even though they continued to work for the health service.
Problems revealed by the medical director for the NHS in the capital are a symptom of country-wide issues, he says