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# UK Labour

This year
UK Labour leader Keir Starmer says a border poll is 'not even on the horizon'
Starmer said: ‘I don’t think we’re anywhere near that kind of question. It’s absolutely hypothetical.’
Keir Starmer says he will renegotiate Brexit deal if elected
The UK Labour leader said he would be seeking a closer trading relationship with the EU.
Irish Labour leader hails UK counterpart but disagrees with his ban on MPs joining protests
Ivana Bacik said she sees what Keir Starmer has done as a lesson the Labour party here can follow.
Last year
Keir Starmer plans to abolish House of Lords
The UK Labour leader wants to radically reform constitutional politics with a new elected chamber.
British Labour MP resigns after complaints of sexual misconduct upheld
Matheson, who denied the allegations, was already facing a four-week suspension
Sacked Labour spokesman says he ‘absolutely’ believes Starmer should become UK Prime Minister
Sam Tarry was sacked from the front bench on Wednesday hours after joining strikers at an RMT picket line at Euston station.
On Dublin visit, Keir Starmer accuses Johnson of taking 'wrecking ball' to UK-Irish relations
Starmer’s visit comes as the UK Government revealed plans to introduce legislation that would override parts of the Brexit.
All time
Jeremy Corbyn has been readmitted to the Labour Party
It comes weeks after the former Labour leader said that the scale of anti-Semitism in the party was “dramatically overstated”.
Labour warned of split after Corbyn suspension following anti-Semitism verdict
Corbyn ally and union boss Len McCluskey called the move against the ex-leader an “act of grave injustice”
Labour expels Alastair Campbell from party after he admitted to voting for the Liberal Democrats
The former communications chief to Tony Blair took to Twitter to voice his disappointment.
Pro-Brexit politician says Ireland should be more positive and 'will have to pay' for any hard border
Kate Hoey said that Ireland needed to be more positive about Brexit.
'Never have so many trees died in vain': Corbyn hits back at Daily Mail attacks
Corbyn told delegates that Labour was “on the threshold of power” and that Tories were “hanging on by their fingertips”.
Labour shadow minister resigns over British Pakistani rape article
The article was written following the conviction of 17 men in Newcastle who forced young girls to have sex.
One of UK Labour's major figures had a disastrous interview, then was forced to listen back to it
Diane Abbott initially said that hiring 10,000 police would cost £300,000.
Poll: Do you think we need more bank holidays?
Ireland has fewer bank holidays than a lot of our EU counterparts.
Corbyn calls for a cap on wages over 'ridiculous' wages of footballers and CEOs
He also said that Labour wasn’t “wedded” to free movement post-Brexit.
Wait, what exactly is happening with Jeremy Corbyn and Labour right now?
The Tories are in disarray. So why are Labour choosing to move against their leader?
“Let’s talk football" - Eamonn Holmes accused of 'pathetic' interview with Jeremy Corbyn
It was the morning after the night before for the Labour leader. And it was a little odd to watch.
'I'm Irish, I live in London and I've joined Labour because of Jeremy Corbyn'
An apathetic and marginalised electorate have been woken up by the new Labour leader, this shouldn’t be ignored writes Ruairí O’Grady.
Disaster of a reunited Ireland may come one step closer this summer
UK Labour leader frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn is a longtime supporter of Irish unification. What would his election mean for Northern Ireland?
Sound familiar, Enda? UK politician unveils Five Point Plan
Labour’s shadow chancellor Ed Balls has announced plans to boost the economy. With what? You guessed it…
David Miliband quits front-bench politics
The former foreign secretary, aged just 45, steps down from the UK front benches – “because Ed’s my brother.”