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  • Jeremy Corbyn statement in the House of Commons

    Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party, speaking in the House of Commons in response to Theresa May's Brexit Statement, said:

    I want to thank the Prime Minister for an advance copy of her statement.

    The Withdrawal Agreement and the Outline Political Declaration represent a huge and damaging failure and I will comment on both in turn.

    After two years of bungled negotiations, the government has produced a botched deal that breaches the Prime Minister's own red lines and does not meet our six tests.

    The government is in chaos. Their deal risks leaving the country in an indefinite halfway house without a real say.

  • Diane Abbott responds to Financial sustainability of police forces in England and Wales report

  • Keir Starmer in Brussels to warn about risks of a blind Brexit

    “A blind Brexit could prolong business uncertainty and provide insufficient guarantees to protect jobs, the economy and rights. Whether you voted leave or remain, nobody voted for the purgatory of permanent negotiations.”

    The Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer will travel to Brussels today for meetings with EU officials and to warn against the dangers of a ‘blind Brexit’.

  • Allied Healthcare’s financial difficulties show the desperate state of the social care sector

  • Value for money?

    Angela Rayner responds to the Education Committee’s report

  • Caroline Nokes cannot answer the most basic questions about the Government’s immigration policy

  • Annual school funding cut by £1.7bn since 2015

    School budgets have been cut by £1.7 billion in real terms since 2015, Labour analysis of IFS dat

  • “Catastrophic” effect of rail privatisation revealed 25 years on

  • Justin Madders responds to BMA report on bullying in the workplace

  • Crisis in policing and crime is a crisis caused by political decision-making

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