UK's Labour won't back an election until no-deal is off the table: Corbyn
Monday, 9 September 2019 () Britain's opposition Labour Party will not vote for an election until the possibility of a no-deal Brexit at the end of October has been taken off the table, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Monday.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned Boris Johnson "an election is coming" promising to "unleash the biggest people-powered campaign we've ever seen".
Mr Corbyn accused the prime minister of "running away from scrutiny" after he yesterday prorogued Parliament for five weeks. Report by Alibhaiz....
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has outlined some of his party's core beliefs on climate change, austerity and public ownership at an activists' rally on the fringes of the Labour conference in Brighton...
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Labour deputy leader Tom Watson arrives in Brighton for the party's Annual Conference, and addresses recent efforts by the party's National Executive Committee to abolish his position. The civil war at..
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