The boss of British Airways’ parent company IAG has filed a complaint with the EU saying the Flybe package breaches state aid rules.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry has made it through to the next round of the Labour leadership race along with four other candidates.
The first parliamentary hustings for the new leader of the Labour party have just been taking place.
The next leader of the Labour party will be announced at a conference on April 4th.
Days before the Labour leadership race formally gets under way, the Birmingham MP Jess Phillips has declared she’ll be running, calling on the party to elect a “different kind of leader”.
The new governor of the Bank of England has been announced as Andrew Bailey, who’s currently the head of the UK’s city regulator.
The race for the Labour Party leadership is continuing in earnest, with Clive Lewis tonight declaring he intends to stand.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hasn’t yet said when he will go but that hasn’t stopped the Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry saying that she would like to become the next leader.
Many of the 60 MPs who lost their jobs last night turned angrily on Jeremy Corbyn, saying he was simply unelectable.
Jeremy Corbyn has been insisting that Labour could win tomorrow ‘with no problem at all’. He started his tour of five key seats in Glasgow South West.
Our political correspondent Liz Bates has followed Jeremy Corbyn to Bristol today and she is due to hear from Boris Johnson in Gloucestershire shortly.
For more than a century the Rother Valley has been held by the Labour party. But with Brexit centre stage in this election, age-old loyalties are being called into question in a region where most people voted to leave the EU.
Brexit took centre stage again in the election campaign today. Labour attacked the Conservatives over their plans for the Northern Ireland border and former Prime Ministers – John Major and Tony Blair – united to suggest tactical voting to thwart Boris Johnson’s Brexit.
The Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is holding a rally in Brimingham tonight. Our political correspondent Liz Bates is there.
Elsewhere on the general election campaign Labour has been making some bold pledges on public transport – promising to slash train fares in England by a third and make travel free for everyone under 16.