LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Labour Party needs to do more to promote aspiration and look more like a government-in-waiting, the party’s business spokeswoman, Rebecca Long-Bailey, said when she formally
Soon enough, Jeremy Corbyn will be Labour leader no more. But this doesn’t automatically mean the party’s prospects will improve. Because, for all his many faults, Labour’s biggest problem isn’t Mr Corbyn.
Sir Keir Starmer, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Emily Thornberry, Jess Phillips and Lisa Nandy spoke in Liverpool during the hustings. The contenders went head-to-head discussing Labour's defeat and the future
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he is "nervous" when he hears Labour figures claim that the party "won the argument" at the general election, warning that Labour must "change the entire music we are playing"
Labour activists must become “salespeople for socialism”, Rebecca Long-Bailey has said as the party’s leadership candidates clashed in their first hustings event of the campaign. Long-Bailey, a frontrunner
Labour leadership: Rebecca Long-Bailey says politics comes before her Catholic faith as she tries to extinguish abortion
Rebecca Long-Bailey has appeared to suggest her politics are more important than her Catholic faith, as she attempted to extinguish a major row over her stance on abortion. Amid a mounting backlash over
It was Prescott’s loyalty and ability to change the role to suit the needs of the party that defined his tenure Today, the first hustings takes place in Liverpool for the Labour leadership. But it’s also