Contrary to Theresa May's claims, EU withdrawal will reduce the revenue available to the UK.
Austerity and the net migration target have left a £1bn deficit and 93,000 unfilled health vacancies.
The shadow health secretary reveals that he is interested in the idea of a new health service tax.
The Chancellor's politically-motivated project undermines the goal of the national integration of health and social care.
The PM's sheer chutzpah allowed him to command the session.
Shadow cabinet minister writes to Ukip leader demanding that he come clean on his party's health policy.
The Prime Minister was left to resort to accusing the Labour leader of playing politics.
Having addressed the deficit and immigration, the party plans to focus on its greatest strength.
Plan to fund extra £2bn a year through future underspends means spending promise is "a con", says shadow chancellor.
The Chancellor says he"doesn't have any plans" to increase the tax: the same phrase he used before the 2010 increase.
The Labour leader is determined to keep his party's strongest issue at the top of the agenda.