Jonathan Reynolds hits back at Shadow International Development Secretary after she described him and other rebel MPs as career politicians
Some of our news nuggets from 2015 advance the sum total of human knowledge - but not too many, you'll be pleased to hear
Nicky Morgan has defended David Cameron for describing Jeremy Corbyn and his allies who are opposed to air strikes in Syria as "a bunch of terrorist sympathisers".
There's a special kind of vitriol reserved for Diane Abbott, seen in the media as an easily dismissed Angry Black Woman stereotype associated with Corbyn. Never mind her tireless political campaigning for equality - all that pales in comparison when there are cheap shots to be had
Shadow international development secretary laughs at questions about Labour's u-turn on George Osborne's "fiscal charter"
The Twitter argument underlines continuing tensions among Labour MPs surrounding the prospect of military intervention in Syria
'The problems in this world are not huge wars in that way,' Labour leader says
Former Greek finance minister warns Labour party their opponents will 'use fear as their main instrument'
Doctors' leaders and medical charities said lives would be lost because of the move
Oh dear... walking is one way to keep in shape, but a survey published in the Independent today shows that a quarter of British adults now walk for less than nine minutes a day - including time spent getting round the shops and to work.
Campaigners warn that any cap on costs might leave providers unable to afford to maintain scheme
Ainsley Harriott is the latest celebrity chef hired to improve the nation's diet. So does he have the recipe for success? Jeremy Laurance finds out