The shadow chancellor vowed to abolish the House of Lords, promote collective land ownership and make MPs more accountable.
Commentators and loyal Conservative MPs are worried that Downing Street isn't at the races as far as the argument for the deal goes. They're right, but May has much more to worry about.
Theresa May’s cabinet will meet tomorrow afternoon to consider a draft of the withdrawal agreement. If it is as expected, resignations are likely.
A humble address tabled by Labour passed unopposed after Conservative MPs were whipped to abstain, having won the support of the DUP and several Tory Brexiteers.
We can’t expect celebrities to be political and then say “stop right now, thank you very much” when they don’t agree with us.
A lawyer in a rape case urged the jury to “look at the way she was dressed. She was wearing a thong with a laced front”.
An amnesty for British troops would anger nationalists but also unionists.
The BBC presenter also mocked Observer writer Carole Cadwalladr’s name.
If his younger brother says the deal would make the UK a vassal state, then Boris Johnson can’t u-turn again and vote for it.
You can romanticise war, but you can’t warn against climate change.
Ahead of an impossible vote on the Brexit deal, Tory MPs of all stripes are demonstrating that Theresa May cannot pass anything.