Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for a two to three-week 'circuit breaker' national lockdown across England.
Sir Keir Starmer has now led the Labour Party for six months. Is he the 'man of the moment'? Or does he need to do far more?
Nadia Whittome had gone against Labour policy to oppose a controversial bill which protects service personnel from 'vexatious prosecutions'.
A Labour MP has defended comments about trans rights in which she said creating debate about equality is a 'hostile act'.
Long-Bailey tweeted an interview with actor Maxine Peake, which made an unsubstantiated claim about US police officers being trained by the Israeli secret services.
One frontbencher said the PM's guidance would leave families with an 'impossible choice' on Monday morning.
Labour's deputy leader said the government's initial coronavirus approach 'cost us lives'.
'Flog your private island and pay your staff, we are in unprecedented times here.'
The Labour deputy leadership candidate said he is 'proud' to be the 'continuity Corbyn' candidate, despite the party getting 'smashed' in December's election.
Labour suffered its worst election defeat since 1935 but the deputy leadership candidate insisted: 'Nobody hated the policies.'
The former PM said Brexit could have been prevented if Labour had been a 'serious opposition' under Jeremy Corbyn.
Mike Gapes said the party is facing an even longer spell out of government than it did between 1979 and 1997.
'It allows an environment where it’s permissible to racially mock Chinese and east Asians. It’s so disappointing.'