Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he was not calling for a public vote but would back a second EU referendum if Labour activists supported it.
The former London mayor refused to apologise for saying that Hitler supported Zionism.
The votes of four rebel Labour MPs helped Theresa May narrowly avoid a humiliating defeat over Brexit in the Commons last.
The party's ruling body approved a new code of conduct on anti-Semitism despite intense criticism.
Jess Phillips said Parliament needs to act against the anonymous trolls who abuse her on a daily basis with ‘bile and abuse’.
Labour has accused the Government of a cover-up over the Windrush scandal by ordering a three-line whip on a motion to release documents relating to it.
John Mann said he had been targeted by the Jeremy Corbyn-supporting campaign group Momentum.
Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott criticised after saying she would only support military intervention in World War Two during Radio 4 interview with Nick Robinson
Richard Farnell told a panel last year he was unaware of issues of abuse involving a residential school in the town.
Shadow international trade secretary Barry Gardiner was reportedly recorded branding a key Labour Brexit policy "b******s".
As expected, the Momentum slate swept the board again at Labour’s NEC elections. This means they now hold all nine constituency positions as well as controlling other internal bodies such as the Conference Arrangements Committee. You have to be a truly dedicated political activist to care much about internal elections.
The Labour leader said those involved in the Paradise Papers leak of secret documents should say sorry if they have invested offshore to avoid tax.
MP Jim McMahon is trying to lower the voting age for General Elections to 16 in a bid to get more young people involved in politics
Westminster rocked by sex claims after it emerged that government ministers were named on a secret WhatsApp group of sex-pest politicians by female staff.
The Labour leader will wax lyrical about TV shows with a mystery celebrity for a charity version of the Channel 4 show.
The actor and comedian said he is "not standing for any faction" and will focus on the inclusion of underrepresented groups in his campaign.
Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O’Mara said the girl band should sack member Sarah Harding while the rest “come have an orgy with me”.
Tom Watson is going on a one-day hunger strike in solidarity with two Guantanamo Bay inmates. The deputy Labour Party leader announced this morning that he would not allow himself ‘anything but sips of water’ as a protest against the treatment of two prisoners currently on hunger strike in the notorious military prison. Mr Watson wrote in The Guardian: ‘This is not some George Osborne-inspired weight-loss plan.
BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg to have bodyguard protection at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester this week.