The new chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee said hundreds of children in the camp are at risk despite efforts to bring some to the UK
The two centrist Labour MPs will have influential new roles
Former shadow Home Secretary proposes use of ‘Citizens’ juries’ to try to fill the ‘void where the immigration debate should be’
Yvette Cooper says Mr Corbyn should 'deliver action not just words'
Momentum group insists he has the support to be re-elected as rivals plan leadership bids
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?
Threat comes amid heightened security for MPs after killing of Jo Cox
The Labour MP labelled the Brexit campaigners’ conduct 'utterly shameful'
The Conservative candidate has been accused of trying to invoke racial stereotypes in describing Labour rival Sadiq Khan as 'dangerous' and 'radical'
The UN's Human Rights Committee, leading MPs and local women issue call after a number of high-profile prosecutions were launched
Yvette Cooper, chair of Labour's refugee taskforce, said the findings were 'appalling'
I met Kareem a few days before he disappeared
What we know about government is a tiny fraction of what ministers and civil servants are doing with our money
'David Cameron is displaying a stubborn refusal to engage in anything European'
Labour’s refugee task force chief visits the Greek island coping with 7,000 refugees a day
Former shadow Home Secretary to urge the Government to remove refugees from its net migration target