The vote to leave the EU might at least mean we see the back of Nigel Farage and an unelectable Labour Party
Far from avoiding another Scottish-style wipeout, some Labour MPs fear their party could be heading for a repeat in England unless they address concerns about immigration
Party leader makes 11th-hour appeal to Labour voters to back staying in the EU
'I feel embarrassed that [Ms Kuenssberg] was hissed in the course of doing her job'
Tiger Woods describes it as the hardest putt at Augusta, third green, back right, where a ball can reach terminal velocity as the ground falls away. This was the putt facing Tom Watson yesterday, 40 feet of pure treachery down the slope. Imagine the roar, therefore, when the ball dropped dead weight into the centre of the cup, taking its final breath as it crept over the edge.
The calls from the Labour benches for Mr Gove’s resignation over the Queen Brexit dispute went on and on
Report says an investigation into child sex abuse allegations was 'necessary, proportionate and fully justified'
Mr Watson was on holiday in Lanzarote when Mr Corbyn’s reshuffle started
Deputy tells IoS he wants free vote, but his boss fights on for majority against bombing
The Whitehall review has been criticised for sitting behind closed doors
I share the concerns of campaigners who fear the Independent Commission examining the Act will recommend the introduction of fees for FOI requests and rule that entire tranches of information should be exempt and stay secret
Where, a few months ago, Tom Watson and much of the rest of the country seemed ready to believe that the late Lord Brittan, the former cabinet minister and European Commissioner, was suddenly “as close to evil as any human being could get”, now the climate of national opinion – and particularly as represented in parts of the press – views Mr Watson, and maybe even the police, as seemingly “close to evil”.
The Met only received Mr Watson's letter after they had interviewed the former Conservative Home Secretary
The deputy leader took up the case in Parliament
Deputy Labour leader said the 'belittled and ridiculed' survivors of sexual abuse were the 'real scandal' and said all MPs needed to 'examine our consciences' on the matter of historical sex abuse
PM says deputy Labour leder 'has questions to answer' after he repeated comment from an alleged sex abuse survivor that Lord Brittan was "close to evil"