Shadow Chancellor says he wants to make the UK the technological centre of Europe but also wants to ensure the industry's workers are better protected
Webb said Labour had 'made a mistake' when it elected Jeremy Corbyn as leader
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
Jeremy Corbyn clarified his position on 'shoot-to-kill' in a statement to Labour's ruling NEC, saying he supported the use of 'whatever proportionate and strictly necessary force is required to save life'
Shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn refuses to say whether he will quit if Jeremy Corbyn attends the Stop the War Coalition's Christmas fundraising event next month
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
But the Labour leader acknowledged that the Isis executioner had been held to account for his 'callous and brutal crimes'
Exclusive: Proposed rule change would guarantee the Labour leader a place on the ballot paper if challenged for his job
Galloway's commentary on the rape allegations hanging over the head of Julian Assange are not forgotten or forgiven
With his lack of coherence, Osborne is fortunate that he is facing a Labour Party that both supports and opposes Trident
Exclusive: Even one in four of Labour's current supporters agrees with the statement
Meacher's status as one of the left's leading lights was cemented when he appeared as himself in the acme of 1980s TV drama, the nuclear conspiracy thriller Edge of Darkness
John Hayes, the security minister, cited the Labour leader's stance on Nato and Trident
Labour leader challenged David Cameron on tax credit cuts, job losses in steel industry and UN investigation into UK's record on disability rights