Home Tags Labour conference

Tag: Labour conference

Emily Thornberry tells Jeremy Corbyn he must decide now whether Labour is an anti-Brexit party

The shadow foreign secretary said she opposed Jeremy Corbyn's plan to hold a special Brexit conference after a snap general election.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.

5 things we learned at Labour Party conference

The Labour party's annual conference comes to an end on Wednesday. Here are five things we learned about the future of Jeremy Corbyn's party, from its Brexit policy, to infighting, and why a Corbyn-led government is being taken more seriously than ever before.

Jeremy Corbyn accused of ‘farcical’ cop-out after refusing to back second Brexit referendum

The Labour party will let its delegates vote on whether to support another Brexit referendum. However, the motion has some major caveats. Labour will only consider supporting a so-called People's Vote if there is no Brexit deal, and no general election.
Labour MP Heidi Alexander.

Labour and the single market: The Brexit debate that threatens to tear the party in two

Whether Brexit should leave meaning the single market is a debate brewing within the Labour Party.
Jeremy Corbyn

5 things we learned from Jeremy Corbyn’s conference speech

What Jeremy Corbyn's Labour conference speech says about his party and agenda for government.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at the party's conference in Brighton

Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour conference speech in full

The Labour leader's keynote speech to the Labour Party conference in Brighton.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at the party's conference in Brighton

Jeremy Corbyn tells May to step down and let him rescue Brexit

Labour leader uses his party conference speech to tell Britain he is "ready for government".

Corbyn critics Sadiq Khan and Andy Burnham to be blocked from speaking at Labour conference

The Mayor of London and the Mayor of Greater Manchester face being left out of Labour's conference plans, as high profile shadow ministers are preferred.