'I feel embarrassed that [Ms Kuenssberg] was hissed in the course of doing her job'
Labour’s deputy leader said, however, that he personally would not follow the example of London mayor Sadiq Khan and share a platform with David Cameron in the EU referendum campaign
Shadow Scottish Secretary Ian Murray criticises Corbyn after party slumps to third north of the border
Watson, 66, impressed on day one
Mr Watson was on holiday in Lanzarote when Mr Corbyn’s reshuffle started
The shadow Culture Secretary remains the only confirmed casualty after a day of confusion bordering on farce
The amount of money spent on government spin doctors has risen to £9.2m
Deputy Labour leader warns Prime Minister that a majority in favour of military action in Syria cannot be guaranteed without more time for debate and more 'clarity'
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”.
Lurking in the confusion was a human story of something close to a broken friendship
But Lord Brittan's brother dismissed it as 'a half way apology'
Watson, aka ‘the witchfinder general’, has had a torrid week, but he won’t stop saying it as he sees it
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"
After the police decided not to pursue the investigation Labour's deputy leader wrote to the DPP to complain on behalf of the alleged victim
It smacks of a police force in a state of funk, having dropped the ball on Jimmy Savile and others
A Panorama film found flaws in claims that there was a VIP sex ring in Westminster and that three boys were murdered