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Leicester East MP Claudia Webbe has 14 days to appeal after Labour begins fresh disciplinary action.
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Thousands of South Asian labourers arrive Dubai to work for a better future. They do it to support their family and to provide better education for their kid...
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Labour leader has previously said he would not give interview to newspaper
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The parents of Jane Clough, who was killed by her former partner, welcome the Labour leader's words.
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Our writers use the tools of their trade to take the measure of the Labour leader’s work
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Britain’s main opposition Labour Party is struggling to make an impact despite the many problems besetting the Conservative government
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Labour Party chairwoman Anneliese Dodds said there were a number of factors that meant it was now less affordable to have children.
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VOTERS across the political spectrum now want Keir Starmer to resign as Labour leader as the party faces internal strife amid its national…
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The Labour leader will pledge more money for schools and mental health in his big conference speech.
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The Independent’s chief political commentator John Rentoul will be answering your questions on the events of the Labour Party conference over recent days
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Keir Starmer has said he is willing to tear up the promises he made during the Labour leadership election if it is needed to make the party electable.
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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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Labour members will vote on proposals which include raising the minimum wage to £15 an hour.
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The shadow home secretary says Labour will "tackle anti-social behaviour" if the party wins power.
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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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Motion to back switch to proportional representation in elections fails at Labour conference
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Editorial: Rachel Reeves put on a fiscal straitjacket, then spent her speech to the Labour party conference getting out of it
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Labour would spend £28bn a year on creating jobs to help defeat the climate emergency, Rachel Reeves has announced, declaring: “I will be Britain’s first green Chancellor.”
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PR would make Labour majorities all but impossible, yet give the Lib Dems a permanent foothold on power, says politics lecturer Richard Johnson
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Labour's deputy leader says she will apologise to the PM in person if he retracts his past comments,