Labour is not trying to “frustrate” the process of leaving the European Union despite keeping open the option of a referendum on remaining in the EU, the Shadow Brexit Secretary has said.
A Labour-organised festival, nicknamed “JezFest” did not make a profit, the party’s treasurer has confirmed.
Some of the key policies Labour has covered at its annual conference so far include a second home tax, alcohol care, and a preference for a general election over a second Brexit referendum
John McDonnell has said that he thinks the next Labour leader should be a woman but that Jeremy Corbyn “will be the leader” as they go into the next election.
John McDonnell, the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer has said that workers could be £500 a year better off under Labour’s new plans to expand employee ownership of large companies.
John McDonnell has said that the Labour party is pressing “for a General Election” but would “push for a People’s Vote” if they don’t get an election.
Robert Halfon MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that 'Corbynistas' encourage aggression against Conservatives
Simon Johnson, chair of the Jewish Leadership Council, said Jeremy Corbyn's 2013 speech in which he said British Zionists "don't understand English irony" were unacceptable
The rally, backed by left-wing pressure group Momentum, echoed shadow chancellor John McDonnell's repeated demands for an extraordinary budget.
Burnham also backs John McDonnell's plan to lecture World Economic Forum on inequality
James Cleverly claims people like John McDonnell are setting a bad example
Julia Hartley-Brewer suggests Toby Young has been unfairly tweeted and asks critic Lord Adonis 'how can we censor a man who tweets about women's breasts yet allow John McDonnell to call for lynching Tories'
McDonnell and Labour are urging Hammond to reverse a tax cut for Britain's banks
Comments in recent days from key figures have suggested the party would favour continued membership in the single market
New research ridicules John McDonnell's claim that Labour's spending package would 'pay for itself'
Liz Truss claims John McDonnell's plan would mean borrowing 'billions more and hike up taxes to record levels'
The MP for Bootle spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about John McDonnell's demands for the economy ahead of the budget's unveiling
Caller Mark said Corbyn is in fact a puppet of the establishment
Richard Murphy, a professor of political economics, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the Labour shadow chancellor's declaration of being prepared for a drop in the pound's value
Film director Ken Loach says there is no anti-Semitism in the Labour Party
Special correspondent for the New Statesman Stephen Bush says Labour's conference has a different atmosphere this year
McDonnell says delegates determine which topics are discussed at conference and Labour are 'building consensus' - unlike Tories
Tony Blair's former spin director says new Labour rule-change is overly defensive
The national executive committee is set to implement a rule change to allow for a leftwing successor to the Labour Leader
Journalist Christian Wolmar slams 'Daily Mail story' says John McDonnell wasn't calling for violence during a speech
John McDonnell says cabinet ministers are scrapping in the playground and the Government is chaotic
A demonstration against Theresa May's deal with the DUP has been arranged by The People's Assembly
The shadow chancellor said the victims of the tower fire had been 'murdered' by 'political decisions'
The group organised the controversial Day of Rage protest in response to the Grenfell Tower fire on the same day as the State Opening of Parliament
Paul Staines believes McDonnell has created a 'hostage to fortune' with his comments about the protest
The Labour leader's declaration comes in the wake of a new Survation poll showing his party has pushed ahead of the Tories by six points
Labour's Shadow Chancellor said the people thought her call to an election for 'party-political advantage' was 'inappropriate'
Jeremy Corbyn and shadow chancellor John McDonnell included a number of lavish spending pledges in their manifesto. But do the numbers stack up?
The Labour leader took part in the Leaders Debate on Channel 4 News and Sky News on Monday
Work and pensions secretary endures grilling from Marr and tetchy face-off with John McDonnell
Pro-Corbyn pressure group says all policies have been fully costed and there's no need for more conservative voters to be dettered
MP formally severs ties with party after his suspension appeal was rejected
Labour's Peter Dowd has stated that while he is not a Marxist himself, people should be focusing on Labour's current policies rather than the views of '19th century economists'
John McDonnell said there is a lot to learn from reading Karl Marx's Das Kapital, but didn't clarify his position when asked if he is a Marxist
Leading Brexiteer also says Emmanuel Macron's French election victory is good for Britain as it will make negotiations easier
Danczuk launched a fierce attack on Jeremy Corbyn on Sam Delaney's show
Diane Abbott struggled to explain how Labour plans to fund its policy of putting 10,000 more police officers on the streets
The shadow chancellor and MP for Hayes and Harlington spoke confidently to Paul Ross about Labour's chances of becoming elected in June
Steve McCabe, MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the planned early election called by the Prime Minister
The Prime Minister defended the change, but insisted she'd listen to the concerns raised by MPs
Jeremy Corbyn has surrounded himself with a number of interesting people over the time he's been Labour Party Leader
A video of the Shadow Chancellor inciting left-wing activists to protest against Labour MPs has led to a strong backlash against him
Galloway says Corbyn would have been re-elected with an even bigger majority had huge numbers of his supporters not been 'purged'
Tom Harris believes John McDonnell wants to oust Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader, and suggested the last thing the party needs is for people to focusing on its 'slow-motion car crash'
Emily Thornberry might not be able to name France's foreign minister, but by Labour standards that isn't particularly embarrassing. We look at the Shadow Cabinet and their various gaffes