Shadow Home Secretary heavily criticised after missing crucial vote because of 'migraine'
Jeremy Corbyn facing mini-reshuffle after Rachael Maskell and Dawn Butler resign to vote against legislation on withdrawal from EU
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News comes as two frontbenchers resign over Jeremy Corbyn's three-line whip on EU vote
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?
Labour leader is expected to say the plan is ‘the least we can do to guarantee dignity for people who’ve given so much to our country’
Corbyn is much better qualified for the anti-establishment role than Trump, who is a fake. His authenticity is both his greatest asset and his biggest weakness. That is why his relaunch was a communications disaster
The former Labour MP once said that free museum entry ‘didn't achieve that much’
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
As Corbyn’s key lieutenants have worked out, those Labour diehards in their industrial heartlands, who’ve voted Labour all their lives, are abandoning the party in their droves because their leader is not attacking the media enough on Twitter
The argument that politicians have no choice but to submit to vague notions of public opinion ignores one crucial fact. Public opinion isn’t formed independently, but driven by narratives from the political class and the media
Being populist is about persuading a majority of voters that they share your views, not creating a closed off clique of political puritans
The resignation of Jamie Reed, the Labour MP, sets up a complicated by-election in a northern English marginal
Labour MPs have denied the reports
MP Siobhain McDonagh says many employers have cut overtime pay, free lunches, and bonuses, since being told they must pay staff over 25 at least £7.20 an hour
Where the Tory party promises to scrap freedom of movement, we must make the positive argument for sensible immigration reform. Where the Tory party pursues a policy that would lead to economic ruin, we must make compromises with the European Union to avert such ruin