Britain’s Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn leaving his home in north London on Tuesday. Photograph:  Reuters/Hannah McKay

After weeks of background briefings and two days of negotiations, Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet reshuffle has produced two sackings, three resignatio(...)

British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (right) with shadow rail minister Jonathan Reynolds at King’s Cross, London, on Monday. Mr  Reynolds said he was resigning because he could not “in good conscience endorse the world view of the Stop the War Coalition”. Photograph:  Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Three British Labour Party frontbenchers have resigned after party leader Jeremy Corbyn sacked two “disloyal” senior figures and promoted a Trident op(...)

The threat of multiple resignations from the David Cameron’s cabinet obliged the prime minister to cede ground on key campaign issue. Photograph: Reuters

David Cameron’s decision to allow ministers to choose sides in Britain’s EU referendum is, like the referendum itself, a consequence of his limited au(...)

Michael Dugher who  said on Tuesday Twitter that he had been ‘sacked’ by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as shadow culture secretary. Photograph: PA

Michael Dugher became the first casualty of British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet reshuffle when he was sacked from the post of s(...)

Jeremy Corbyn: The Labour leader has committed to a “new politics” which critics say would be inconsistent with a so-called “revenge reshuffle”. Photograph: Craig Brough/Reuters

Labour MPs have warned Jeremy Corbyn against a “revenge reshuffle” of his shadow cabinet, which would move leading critics of his leadership from the(...)

Acting leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman (front) with some of the newly elected Labour MPs  in Westminster, central London, this week. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA

Britain’s major trade unions have been given months to sign up their members to vote in September’s election for the Labour Party leadership to repla(...)

Ukip leader Nigel Farage (right) welcomes Mark Reckless to the Ukip annual conference at Doncaster racecourse in south Yorkshire. Photograph: PA

Every September, thousands of horse- racing fans gather in Doncaster for the St Leger, the world’s oldest horse race and the final classic of the Brit(...)

The leader of Britain’s United Kingdom Independence Party (Ukip), Nigel Farage (centre), celebrates with well-wishers during a stop at a pub to greet newly elected councillors in Basildon, southern England yesterday. Photograph:  Andrew Winning/Reuters.

British voters will “live with the consequences for years” if they fail to switch their votes to the Tories, George Osborne warned as he said the part(...)