The move is revealed in Ed Balls' new book.
Caroline Lucas, Vince Cable and Clive Lewis want to work together.
Labour peer Steve Bassam reflects on a weekend at the Calais refugee camp.
Brexit belle Andrea Leadsom is having her cake and eating it.
Total control on immigration mattered more to voters than the single market.
They're more interested in sovereignty than immigration.
A further surge in Labour membership has further bolstered Jeremy Corbyn's place at the top of the party.
The same thinking that underpins the country's nuclear ambitions and European exit led to British participation in a disastrous war.
"I now apologise sincerely on behalf of my party for the disastrous decision to go to war in Iraq in March 2003," says the opposition leader after damning Chilcot report.
Responding to the Chilcot report, the former Labour Prime Minister maintained it was still better to remove Saddam Hussein.
The Labour leader says "those who took the decisions" must "face up to the consequences of their action".
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