The fall in value of the pound is having a negative impact on property prices.
Gordon Brown's former aide has been appointed as political adviser to shadow defence secretary Emily Thornberry.
The Labour leader avoids outright condemnation of the Tories' proposal to limit payments to EU migrants.
We are already seeing the consequences of Hunt's imposed changes, with increasing number of doctors leaving the profession.
At no point since 1945 have the party's ratings been lower in opposition.
The American elections are mesmerising - but if it’s breathtaking, eye-watering campaign chutzpah you're after, look to Scotland.
Former shadow work and pensions secretary declines John McDonnell's offer.
In 1924, the Australian-born Muriel Matters stood for Labour in Hastings.
In 1916, in one of history’s longest and deadliest battles, 300,000 French and German troops died for a few acres of France. The ghosts still linger.
Submarines under siege, Labour let-downs, and vanishing pubs: Barrow-in-Furness is a community relying on the prospect of nuclear war for its survival.
Antonin Scalia's death was headline news around the world, yet most Brits would struggle to name a UK Supreme Court justice.
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