The Conservatives want to hold a snap vote in the House of Commons to approve the construction of four new submarines
The UK must challenge 'patriarchal cultures' but not forget its own record on women, says MP
The party is still lagging far behind the SNP in the polls with less than 100 days until the Scottish Parliament election
Scottish First Minister says part risk being left 'without a shred of credibility'
Labour has been seen as in a state of “civil war” since Mr Corbyn won the party leadership last September
One Labour source reportedly said that the 'resignation' was a disaster for Mr Corbyn
Labour fears its annual income could fall by £6 million if the Bill came into effect in its present form
Steve Rotheram must step down after MPs vote to bar Parliamentary Private Secretaries from sitting on party's ruling body
‘I’m basically a very peaceable, calm person’
The new law would force companies to share their profits with workers
Learning the Lessons report says there was a failure to connect with voters on immigration and benefits policies
It is difficult, though, to imagine a situation where boundaries could be altered without the will of Parliament
Shadow Chancellor complains that the only media outlet to support the Labour leadership since September had been the socialist Morning Star newspaper
Catherine McKinnell becomes first MP to quit Shadow Cabinet as she accuses Jeremy Corbyn of leading Labour down an 'increasingly negative path'
Labour leader is considering holding a one-off membership vote on Trident policy
About 10 per cent of union members are expected to opt to pay the levy