'Look, I'm an ordinary bloke, I used some bad language'
Shadow Chancellor mocks Labour members attempting to unseat Jeremy Corbyn as party leader
It came as Momentum annouced donors were providing the pro-Corbyn organisation with up to £11,000 a day
Labour's deputy leader previously said a leadership contest was 'inevitable'
'No, no I won’t. Jeremy is not falling on his sword and if he did I would not be standing. Let’s make this clear: he’s not going anywhere'
Sir Philip says he is ‘not prepared to participate’ with the Work and Pensions committee’s inquiry into the company’s £571m pensions black hole unless veteran MP Frank Field resigns as chair
New report suggests a universal basic income could cut child poverty by 45 per cent but would require tax rises that would be politically impossible in current circumstances
'It’s not official Labour Party policy. It’s in the mix…we’re considering it and looking at it and the feasibility of it'
Shadow Chancellor argues immigration to Britain has helped keep the country’s economy running
Labour would 'transform capitalism' if voted into power under Jeremy Corbyn, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said
Labour’s Shadow Chancellor says he wants to 'break the neo-liberal straitjacket' on economic policy in Europe
Scare tactics used by both sides of the referendum campaign have "brought out the worst in Westminster politics", Labour's John McDonnell will say.
I have never seen anything like it. Things got rowdy in the Labour Party in the early 1980s. But not quite like this
'This is beyond the pale and base politics of the worst kind. We may have come to expect this from Donald Trump'
The author of Postcapitalism defends John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, and invites Militant to join the Labour Party
'He wasn't straight and he didn't answer straight away,' Shadow Chancellor says