The debt piled up following the 2005 General Election
John Osborne, the writer of 'Look Back in Anger' and 'The Entertainer', was hailed as Britain's most provocative playwright. But, as this extract from a new biography by Peter Whitebrook reveals, his first and only musical was such a disaster that after the opening night, he was chased up Charing Cross Road by an angry mob - and fled to France soon after
The bizarre row over whether the word 'robot' is unparliamentary erupted during a debate on the renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent
The Unite general secretary, who was one of Jeremy Corbyn's most vocal supporters during the Labour leadership election, says he must realise he can no longer 'say what he likes'
Two thirds of those eligible to vote in Labour leadership election say Jeremy Corbyn is doing 'well' as leader
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour party defence review will cover "much more than defence".
Momentum tells its followers to lobby Labour MPs to 'support Corbyn, not Cameron, over Syria' but shadow cabinet members voice concern
Former leader understood to have told one of the party's MPs: 'I bet you didn’t think things would actually get worse'
Tory minister Anna Soubry says one of Jeremy Corbyn's biggest problems is that he 'doesn’t seem to have ever done a job'
Jeremy Corbyn was the only one of the four Westminster party leaders not to see a fall in his leadership satisfaction ratings over the last month
PM also says he would be prepared to defy public opinion to 'do the right thing to keep this country safe'
The move is part of Jeremy Corbyn's attempt to push through his anti-Trident position as official Labour party policy
The Labour leader said that if he is elected Prime Minister he would 'only authorise actions that are legal in the terms of international law'
David Cameron has pledged only to launch air strikes in Syria if he wins Parliamentary approval but with Jeremy Corbyn forcing Labour MPs to oppose any motion for military action, hopes are fading of winning a majority
The Labour leader had warned he could back British exit if the Prime Minister watered down EU-wide workers’ rights
Blair, Brown, Miliband, Corbyn: it’s been a tumultuous two decades for Labour, and Angela Eagle has had a ringside seat throughout. Geraldine Bedell hears her story