John Clarke denies the allegations saying he was not aware of the meme's origins
The MP for Norwich says he could not 'in good conscience vote for something I believe will ultimately harm the city'
Mr Corbyn also refused to say whether rebellious MPs would lose their roles on the frontbench
Shadow Home Secretary heavily criticised after missing crucial vote because of 'migraine'
‘They should have the balls to say so and vote accordingly. This is a matter of cowardice if they don’t’
Labour are 'the most ineffective opposition in living memory', the Liberal Democrat leader says
Transport secretary gives military-like fighting talk to stop Labour 'limping to power' with SNP and Lib Dems
Should Labour try to solve one stated problem – dishonesty in politics – with another, namely immigration, by lying about that too? For how else to describe claims that controlling our borders, more than we already do, will have a positive impact on jobs or wages, or lessen the strain on the NHS?
NUS investigating claims student movements were ‘influenced’, as Labour calls for inquiry into alleged political interference
People were genuinely outraged in 2016 by tweets from @CorbynSuperFan, taking completely seriously a tweet that read: 'In the 1980’s, only two men stood up to bring an end to apartheid in South Africa. One was Nelson Mandela, the other was Jeremy Corbyn'
Move will affect activists suspended from the party that still play active role in grass-roots group
This spurious line of argument from Corbyn suggests he still holds the Bennite view from the 1970s that the EU is a form of capitalist conspiracy. In other words, his position today is being influenced by a fossilised left-wing ideology
I became deeply embroiled in the controversies of Ireland and Iraq only accidentally – but it forced me to confront received wisdom on the left, some of which I had shared
We are entering a new era in which voting is influenced by cultural attitudes, and it's a shift that helped put Donald Trump in the White House
Corbyn, who is being rebranded as a populist leader for 2017, will find it difficult to balance a rejection from Westminster politics as usual with leading and managing Labour’s 231 MPs
The resignation of Jamie Reed, the Labour MP, sets up a complicated by-election in a northern English marginal