Speaking outside Downing Street following talks with Theresa May, the European Council President also said there is not yet sufficient progress to move the exit negotiations on to the next stage, the future trading relationship
At a fringe event at the party's conference in Brighton, Mr McDonnell described the work being done to allow Labour to "hit the deck running" should they win power
Party members will vote on a change to Labour's constitution at their gathering in Brighton on Tuesday, with the National Executive Committee (NEC) hoping to toughen its regulations on "incidents involving racism, anti-Semitism, Islamophobia or otherwise racist language, sentiments, stereotypes or
The Labour leader is front and centre of his party's promo material and branding - and inspiring a lot of quirky products flogged to delegates wandering round the exhibition zone
Recently elected Kensington representative Emma Dent Coad criticised her two constituents and "the whole system" of the Royal Family at a pro-republican event on Monday
After a bruising couple of days over Brexit policy, Labour will look to draw a line under the conflict today as it renews its focus on the domestic agenda, with the announcement of a new draft charter for the NES
The Irish PM is the first EU leader to visit the PM since her keynote address in Florence last week in which she set out her hopes for a post-Brexit relationship with Brussels
The shadow foreign secretary ridiculed reports her opposite number is "sick of being blamed for the way Brexit is going"