Protesters chant 'Donald Trump has got to go' and 'shame on May'
'If we are not able to get any of our amendments through, clearly we will have to review our position,' says shadow Home Secretary
‘If this is how our Government treats our friends then we should be very worried,’ says Tim Farron
Mr Corbyn is due to make a speech on Brexit and free movement today
Industrial action continues to wreak havoc across air, rail and postal services over festive period
'We will make the case of what's right for the British economy'
Mr Burnham provoked controversy when he appeared to attack freedom of movement, warning it caused economic pressure on the north of England
The shadow Home Secretary says the party's policy is 'about fair rules and reasonable migration'
As of late on Thursday these are the MPs who have been promoted and sacked
Shadow Health Secretary will also claim only Labour can 'rescue' the health service
It comes after MPs urged him to stamp out talk of MPs losing seats following his big leadership win
Full details of Boundary Commission's review set to be made public on Tuesday
'There is no basis for arguing that the Labour party is riddled with antisemitism'
Diane Abbott is furious that PwC is working on a DfID scheme called the Investment Facility for Utilising UK Specialist Expertise
The shadow international development secretary says the Labour leader has the support of members
Jonathan Reynolds hits back at Shadow International Development Secretary after she described him and other rebel MPs as career politicians