Labour grandee Lord Roy Hattersley has said he believes the party has got rid of the “ghastly” problem of anti-Semitism.
Monday marks the start of the four-month-long grouse shooting season.
If reaction to the opinion poll that I published earlier last week during my day job as editor of Holyrood magazine is anything to go by, the debate about Scottish independence has just got a whole load more messy.
A leading Labour MP has warned his party in Scotland could suffer at the next General Election after the resignation of its general secretary.
The shadow chancellor agrees there is “no economic case” for Scottish independence, the Scottish Labour leader has said.
The shadow chancellor has said Labour would not block a second Scottish independence referendum after Nicola Sturgeon hinted at forming a pact to keep the Conservatives out of government.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell on anti-Semitism, Brexit and Labour’s masterplan to fight and win if Tories call snap election
Like out-of-date milk in the fridge and one forgotten jacket on the coatstand, the forlorn flipchart, the paper fading, the felt-tip scrawl almost illegible, can be found in every office.
Alastair Campbell, the director of communications during Tony Blair’s time as prime minister, has said he “no longer” wants to be part of the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour MP Gloria De Piero has announced she will not stand at the next general election as she criticised the party’s “lack of tolerance”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called on Jeremy Corbyn to apologise for his “failure to deal with racism” in his party.
More than 60 Labour peers have taken out a newspaper advertisement to accuse party leader Jeremy Corbyn of “failing the test of leadership” amid the ongoing anti-Semitism row.