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Why Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to apologise for a wreath he laid 4 years ago

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?
Chuka Umunna MP.

Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party is institutionally racist says Chuka Umunna

The former Labour leadership candidate said both main parties have institutional racism and do not deserve to govern.
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Jeremy Corbyn ‘copied and pasted’ Labour anti-Semitism apology from previous article

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appears to have copied-and-pasted two passages from an article he published in April in his latest apology for anti-Semitism within the Labour party.
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Inside the struggle to oust pro-Brexit Labour MP Kate Hoey

Vauxhall MP and prominent Brexit campaigner Kate Hoey is facing a campaign for deselection in her local CLP with a motion that calls for her to be ineligible for re-selection as a Labour Party candidate, and accuses her of "colluding with Farage".
Theresa May's premiership remains in peril

‘We’re looking into the abyss’: Conservative MPs are on the brink of bringing down Theresa May

The prime minister came perilously close to losing her grip on power this week, and she remains on the brink of being brought down.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Jeremy Corbyn says medical use of cannabis is good, criminalising sex workers is bad, and that the great Brazil football teams of the past played like...

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition to the Conservative government, appeared on the Sky News program "Sophy Ridge on Sunday" to talk about cannabis, the sex industry, and the FIFA World Cup.
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Jeremy Corbyn under more pressure to back second Brexit referendum

Over 60 local Labour parties have joined a new grassroots movement which urges Jeremy Corbyn to oppose Theresa May's Brexit deal and support a second referendum.
Sir Keir Starmer.

Labour says Theresa May’s ‘rash, reckless and ideological red lines’ are trashing Brexit negotiations

Two years on from the historic day Britain voted to leave the EU, Labour has urged Theresa May to drop her red lines in order to save negotiations and deliver a favourable deal for the country.
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives for a meeting with European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, July 13, 2017.

EU officials have privately rejected Labour’s Brexit policy as unworkable ‘cakeism’

Exclusive: Senior figures in Brussels have rubbished the Labour Party's policy of a bespoke single market arrangement, a senior official in the European Commission has told BI.
Britain's Secretary of State for Leave the EU David Davis leaves number 10 Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London, November 29, 2016.

Everything you need to know about Theresa May’s Brexit bill showdown

MPs in the House of Commons will today and Wednesday vote on a number of amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill. The ones to look out for are the amendments on customs, the European Economic Area, and a meaningful vote. Here's why.