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Her comments come as one delegate says she received transphobic abuse in the conference centre.
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As the UK faces supermarket shortages and energy companies go bust, motorists face renewed calls to stop panic-buying petrol, as Boris Johnson insists the fuel situation is improving
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The Manchester mayor seems to be greatly enjoying his time in Brighton in the face of briefings against him
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Latest rail franchise to hit the buffers at least arrived at the destination via an unconventional route
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Criticism of the leader is forbidden, while thousands of members have been expelled or left in disgust, says film director Ken Loach
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Exclusive: County Durham-born former White House adviser says social divide is so wide it could become a security crisis
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The Labour leader tells the BBC his party has to change to avoid losing another general election.
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Starmer might think he is treading the road to government, but he is surrounded by people mapping routes for his replacement, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr
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The Labour leader is busy unravelling the alliance he built with the left in order to get the job, says Simon Fletcher, former adviser to Starmer
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Attempts to remove secretary-general run contrary to principle and tradition, says 15-state Caricom bloc
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This entire event has spent four days crying out to be locked in a loft, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde
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The Greater Manchester mayor says he merely wants equal treatment for northern England.
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The leaders of Northern Ireland's four main unionist parties have signed a joint declaration.
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Today it’s ‘culture wars’ – but from Caesar to Colston, public art has long been reviled and reinterpreted, says classics professor Mary Beard
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Labour members will vote on proposals which include raising the minimum wage to £15 an hour.
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Jonathan Ashworth to commit party to increasing investment in research from £80m to £160m a year
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The shadow home secretary says Labour will "tackle anti-social behaviour" if the party wins power.
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The former Commons Speaker picks up the left's lingo as he appears at his new party's event in Brighton.
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As Labour conference continues, delegates voted to declare the Aukus deal a ‘dangerous’ threat to world peace – an embarrassing move for Starmer who had welcomed the announcement earlier this month
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Analysis: Keir Starmer’s team regard departure as deliberate attempt to destabilise party leadership