Mr Watson said that attacking the administrations of Tony Blair and his successor Gordon Brown ‘is not the way to enhance our brand’
The public discomfort illustrates the uphill struggle towards Labour unity
It comes as a survey shows workers believe more technology will decrease their wages but boost their productivity
Mr Watson also urged anti-Corbyn MPs who quit in the summer to return to the Shadow Cabinet
Extraordinary argument at top of Labour party
The difference between now and the 1980s is that the very few Trotskyists around today have as their allies a much larger wedge of fed-up decent people who think Corbyn is the sort of principled man who will not let them down
‘Sorry Tom, it is nonsense...let’s get on with campaigning Tom. Thanks.’
Proposal will reduce the number of nominations by MPs needed for a candidate to run in a future contest
‘Rather than patronising members and peddling baseless conspiracy theories about ‘Trotsky entryists’ he should be working with Jeremy’
Labour's deputy leader says he was not told about decision to nominate former Liberty head for peerage
Tom Watson calls the list an example of the 'old boy's network'
Unite boss claims Labour’s deputy leader has carried out an ‘act of sabotage’
Labour's deputy leader previously said a leadership contest was 'inevitable'
Tom Watson’s attempts to discuss Mr Corbyn's vanishing support among Labour MPs rebuffed by the embattled party leader despite mass resignations
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says Mr Corbyn is 'not going anywhere'
By a margin of four to one Labour MPs say they have no confidence in their leader: so who could command their confidence – and that of the party members who elected him less than a year ago?