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At the Conservative party conference in Birmingham, Brexit, Theresa May's leadership and the challenge posed by Jeremy Corbyn were the biggest points of discussion.
Boris Johnson is less popular than Jeremy Corbyn and would lose a general election to Labour if he were Conservative leader, according to a new poll.
Sir Keir Starmer, Labour's Brexit spokesperson, will announce on Tuesday that Labour MPs will be told to vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal as her Chequers plan to do not meet Labour's six Brexit tests.
The Labour party will let its delegates vote on whether to support another Brexit referendum. However, the motion has some major caveats. Labour will only consider supporting a so-called People's Vote if there is no Brexit deal, and no general election.
Sir Vince Cable fluffs a sex joke about the "exotic spresm" of Brexiteers during his keynote speech to the Liberal Democrats' annual autumn conference.
In protest to recent anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, former Minister for Welfare Reform Frank Field has quit the Labour Party whip and will sit as an independent Labour MP.
A top British politician wants to create a publicly-owned tech company to rival Facebook and Netflix — but the idea is being ridiculed
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's idea is called the British Digital Corporation and people think it sounds like a nationalised Facebook without the fake news and data misuse, where users can vote to get TV shows made.
Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain's opposition party Labour, wants to tax firms like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Netflix to help pay for the BBC. He said the companies should pay their way in the UK for extracting 'huge wealth from our shared digital space.'
Last Saturday, the Daily Mail published an explosive piece on Jeremy Corbyn's alleged involvement in commemorating the deaths of the Black September terrorists. Since then, the row has spiralled into a debate on Corbyn's office's interaction with the press. How did we get here?
The former Labour leadership candidate said both main parties have institutional racism and do not deserve to govern.