This Is The Moment Commons Speaker John Bercow Was Told To Step Down By A Senior MP
The chair of the Commons women and equalities committee, Maria Miller, told a heated debate that Bercow should resign.
The SNP Is Confident Of Another Scottish Referendum, But Brexit Is Getting In The Way
Some SNP activists at the party's annual conference this week were frustrated at the lack of progress for the nationalist cause — but others are happy to wait.
A Tory Councillor Shared A Tweet Comparing Labour Activists To Nazis But The Council Leader — Who's Also His Mother — Defended Him
Michael Green, a South Ribble borough and Lancashire county councillor, shared the tweet attacking Momentum members.
Corbyn Says He Will Fight Anti-Semitism With “Every Breath I Possess”, But Angry Jewish Members Have Lost Faith
“What we need isn't just empty words or promises but radical actions from the leader of our party.”
Labour Women Have Accused Warring Factions Of "Playing Politics" With Gender Equality
A motion to create the new job was suddenly withdrawn this morning, but it has paved the way for another motion that states either the party leader or deputy leader must be a woman.
John McDonnell Has Been Accused Of "Bulldozing" A Brexit Policy Compromise To Be Agreed By Labour Members
"What John McDonnell said, that’s not what was agreed," said a union representative involved in the talks.
Labour Can't Agree On Its Brexit Position, And It Has Exposed A Power Struggle Within The Party
Jeremy Corbyn’s party is braced for an explosive showdown in Liverpool this week over its position on a second Brexit referendum.
Labour Has Changed Its Rules To Pave The Way For An Independent Complaints Procedure, But It's Not Guaranteed
The party had been accused of "dragging its feet" after failing to introduce an independent procedure almost a year after women came forward with complaints.
The British Government Fears Thousands Could Die In A Russian-Backed Attack In Syria
People in the northwest Syrian city of Idlib are facing the threat of a military offensive by the Assad regime.
This Labour Competition To Meet Jeremy Corbyn Appears To Breach Gambling Laws
The contest asks party members to donate money in order to win a chance to meet the leader at Labour's annual conference.
We Went To Parliament To Play With Dogs Because It's Westminster Dog Of The Year Time
Very Good Boys. And Girls.
The Government Has Announced A Full Review Of All Hate Crime Laws
The Ministry of Justice had previously said it already had “robust legislation in place that can be used to protect women from a range of crimes”.
The Government Has Backed Down On Plans To Cut Women's Refuge Funding
Ministers had faced criticism from opposition MPs, charities, people working in the sector, and survivors of domestic violence over the proposed funding changes.
The Rise And Rise Of The UK's Student Sugar Babies
With increasing costs of living at university, more and more students are turning to sex work or “sugar daddies” to fund their studies.
This Is What It's Like To Lose Your Daughter Because Of Failings In Her Mental Health Care
Last year, Zoe Watts killed herself in a secure mental health unit at the age of 19. Last week, a jury found that failings in her care could have contributed to her death.
Here's What Labour Is Actually Doing While The Tories Tear Themselves Apart Over Brexit
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell's economy roadshow will visit towns that have been "left behind" by the government and aims to reach disillusioned voters.
The UK Has Reversed Its Decision To Deny A Yemeni Journalist A Visa
The Home Office reversed its decision after several journalist and news organisations drew attention to Ahmed Baider's plight.