Gordon Brown pleaded with Jewish voters “not to give up” on Labour as the party was mired in another round of infighting over its response to anti-Semitism claims.
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Labour has been hit by an outbreak of infighting amid reports of a “civil war” over the future of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest aides.
Senior Labour figures have been forced to address claims the party is in the grip of a “civil war” over the future of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest aides.
Labour is clamping down on former staff blowing the whistle on its handling of anti-Semitism allegations ahead of a BBC documentary, it has been reported.
Conservative leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt would move to see fox hunting legalised, saying a parliamentary vote would be in the next Tory manifesto.
Conservative MP Chris Davies has lost his seat in the House of Commons after 19% of registered voters in his constituency signed a petition to remove him.
A petition which could unseat convicted MP Chris Davies will close to voters in his constituency on Thursday.
The House of Commons exchanged Brexit debate for classical music when an MP, a TV presenter and two parliamentary staffers performed as a string quartet inside the famous chamber.
John Bercow has pledged to stay on as Speaker beyond his rumoured summer departure date – suggesting he may remain in post until Brexit is delivered.
More than 23 hours of sitting time in the House of Commons has been left unused since the EU warned Britain not to waste time to resolve Brexit.
Tory and Labour politicians have underestimated the strength of feeling among Brexit voters, Nigel Farage said as the two main parties struggled to respond to the electoral threat he poses.