• 26 May 2017

    Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong to link British foreign policy to terrorism, and responds to previous comments from Boris Johnson, who once said that while the Iraq War “didn’t create the problem of murderous Islamic fundamentalists, the war has unquestionably sharpened the resentments felt by such people”.  

  • 26 May 2017

    The election campaign got back into full swing today, with polls showing that the Conservative lead over Labour is narrowing. This morning, Jeremy Corbyn drew a link between the UKs involvement in foreign wars and terrorism at home – arguing that British foreign policy had to change. The Conservatives accused him of a “totally inappropriate…

  • 26 May 2017

    Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott defends Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to link to Britain’s involvement in wars with the terror threat.

  • 22 May 2017

    The Labour and Momentum activist, Beth Foster-Ogg, and the Conservative councillor, Oliver Cooper, on the youth vote.

  • 16 May 2017

    Corbyn’s manifesto – Labour offers a stark choice

    You do wonder if the team started with a number on one side and then worked back. The £48.6 billion tax and spend proposals equate to 40% of GDP. That puts this overall offer on the outer perimeters of British political experience but not beyond them. That 40% figure has generally not been breached apart…

  • 12 May 2017

    “If he doesn’t make a stand we will have left no mark in history at all.”

    Those words, from a Corbyn ally at the top of the Labour Party tell you a lot about how the party leadership expects this election to go and the internal bloodbath Labour could be gearing up for on the other side of June 8th.

  • 12 May 2017

    Two years ago Jeremy Corbyn was two hundred to one outsider in the Labour leadership contest. He defied those odds to win. Now he is in another race to be the next Prime Minister – and many say the odds are stacked against him again. According to his devoted supporters, his idealism is exactly what…

  • 12 May 2017

    Cathy Newman asks Jeremy Corbyn: When in the last half century has British-backed military action been necessary?

  • 12 May 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is no pacifist, as he set out his view of Britain’s role in the world, accusing Theresa May of “pandering” to Donald Trump. Theresa May hit back, declaring Mr Corbyn was simply “not up to the job” of being prime minister. Michael Crick was at the other end of the…

  • 11 May 2017

    A Labour government would re-nationalise the railways and the Royal Mail, abolish student tuition fees and repeal benefit cuts, according to a leaked draft of the party’s manifesto.

  • 9 May 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn – ‘we have four weeks to ruin their party’

    Am in Manchester following Jeremy Corbyn. He’s packed 1,000 supporters into a hall for his campaign launch. The backdrop is his battle bus, driven into the venue on a near empty tank due to health and safety rules.

  • 6 May 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn has admitted that Labour faces a huge challenge to win next month’s general election after its disappointing showing in the local elections – urging supporters to win round the millions of people he said were still undecided.

  • 26 Apr 2017

    Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have set out their campaign battle lines at the final session of Prime Minister’s Questions before the general election.

  • 24 Apr 2017

    An online poll by ITV’s This Morning show has been circulating on social media, showing a massive lead for Jeremy Corbyn. It puts the Labour leader on a staggering 68%, with Theresa May trailing behind at just 19%. It’s been retweeted hundreds of times, with Corbyn supporters saying it shows that Britain is ‘waking up’ and…

  • 26 Feb 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn has told his party faithful “it’s not the time to run away” – but as the recriminations over Labour’s Copeland by election defeat mount up, there are plenty within his own ranks who wish he’d do just that. And even his own supporters seem reluctant to rally round.