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Joan Ryan said the party had become “infected with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism.”
The Raw Politics panel discuss anti-Semitism in the UK's Labour Party following resignations over the issue.
Seven MPs have left the UK's Labour Party. But who are they, why did they leave and what will they do now? Euronews has the answers.
British lawmakers dealt yet another blow to Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday when they rejected a motion to reiterate their support for her Brexit strategy.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn laid their political rivalry to one side on Wednesday to pay a tribute to footballer Gordon Banks.
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier suggested on Monday British Prime Minister Theresa move towards proposals by the opposition Labour Party on a permanent customs union with the bloc to break the impasse over the details of the looming divorce.
Good Morning Europe
NBC's Alexander Smith heads to Lambeth and Cardiff for day one of a Brexit roadtrip, as he talks to the British people to see if they're as divided as their politicians.
More drama from the House of Commons in Prime Minister's Questions.
Theresa May says her government sees it as a duty to take the UK out of the EU on March 29
state of the union
In this edition we look at how Europe reacted to the rejection of the Brexit deal, as well as how EU countries are preparing for a No Deal scenario. In the meantime, the Russian President gets gifted a church in Serbia.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hold Brexit back and forth via letter.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has survived a no-confidence vote in British parliament.
May warns 'no' vote would undermine trust democracy
The claim comes amid uncertainty over how Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn would campaign in any second Brexit referendum.
What does the leader of the opposition in the UK think about Brexit?
Jeremy Corbyn said he wants parliament to vote on Theresa May's leadership, but his demand is unlikely to happen.
the global conversation
Leader of the Labour party and official UK opposition outlines his views on Prime Minister Theresa May's beleaguered Brexit deal and why it won't get through parliament.
Jeremy Corbyn tells Euronews there would be no backstop in Labour's Brexit deal