Battles lines have been drawn in a potential "Cold War 2" after Russia was accused of attempting to assassinate a spy with a deadly nerve agent on UK soil.
Vladimir Putin has flatly denied any involvement in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury last week.
The Sun Online can reveal that a private Facebook group, which boasts more than 28,000 members, sees hundreds of Corbynistas back Russia against the UK in the tense diplomatic dispute.
Some members of the group claim the nerve agent attack that targeted Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, Wilts, is a
Two senior Labour shadow cabinet members turned on their hard left leader for refusing to join almost unanimous Commons condemnation and stand firm against the Kremlin.
Instead of agreeing with Theresa May to blame Vladimir Putin’s regime for the nerve agent attack, Mr Corbyn’s spokesman Seumas Milne deepened the anger further
The Labour leader failed to condemn the Russians once in his five-minute Commons statement on the Salisbury attack - and instead called on Theresa May to pursue “robust dialogue” with the Kremlin.
And he used the crucial moment of national security to lash out at the Tories over Russia-linked donations.
It comes as Britain is forecast to see the first sustained fall in debt for a generation.
On this page today, he rightly focuses on important issues, such as tackling plastic pollution.
But there is something missing that really does interest hard-working people — putting more money in their pockets.
A report today
The Lib Dem leader will demand the Labour chief should join his campaign to stop the UK leaving the EU.
Mr Cable, speaking at his party’s spring conference, will today blast Corbyn for sending mixed messages over the issue.
He will say: “You can’t speak up for the poor and be complicit
Jewish campaigners revealed the Labour leader was a member of the anti-Israel group Palestine Live alongside several other party figures.
Labour confirmed they were launching a probe into claims party members had posted anti-Semitic comments in the secret group.
The Campaign Against Anti-Semitism said the evidence gathered by blogger David Collier suggested
My one-bedroom flat costs £1,400 a month — and until recently, didn’t provide either.
During heavy rain a few weeks ago, my boyfriend and I were lying in bed listening to the storm raging outside.
Then suddenly, the rain wasn’t outside at all — but pouring directly on to our bed, from
The PM admits the Tories were outfought by Labour at the last general election – and is planning ahead for the future.
She is hiring troops of paid “foot soldiers” to flood key battlegrounds where Mr Corbyn’s well-organised fanatics are active.
They will be backed by units of keyboard warriors who will
Simon Hoare has written to Mr Corbyn urging him to step in, as two payments were given to Mr Watson “via the Labour party”, according to official documents.
The backbencher wants to know why Mr Watson is not planning to return any of the money, following a £300,000 registered donation last year.
And it’s the same upbeat approach we’ve taken throughout our negotiations with the EU, and one I’ve articulated to leaders right across Europe.
Because now is not the time to “do down” Britain.
We’re making good on that referendum result — the biggest democratic exercise this country has ever seen — and
It's over to EU
It was detailed, practical and logical and managed to unite both sensible Leavers and Remainers. It is a realistic, thoughtful roadmap to a Brexit that would benefit Britain and the EU.
It was also a challenge to Brussels. No longer can they complain we have no solutions to
Liam Fox has said "the Brexit process is, as we've all discovered, a little more complex than a packet of Walkers" as he hit back at a former advisor who talked down Britain's future outside the single market.
Sir Martin Donnelly, who left his role as permanent secretary at
Quitting the EU and seeking outside trade deals is like swapping a three-course feast for crisps, ministers were warned yesterday.
The Department for International Trade's former top civil servant rang alarm bells as the Tories prepare to ditch a customs union with the bloc.
Sir Martin Donnelly, who left his
Theresa May asked Martin Kemp’s son for help to make her ‘cool’ - but she turned down his idea for a viral video.
Roman Kemp, the DJ son of the Spandau Ballet star, says the Prime Minister approached him to make a video to target young voters.
“I was asked
Jeremy Corbyn's plan to stay in a customs union with the EU is a "complete sellout of Britain's national interests", Liam Fox will say tomorrow.
The Tory Trade Secretary will say it would leave the UK “negotiating with one arm tied behind our back” because Brussels would have the
JEREMY Corbyn is just at the start of his great betrayal of Labour’s Brexit voters.
First he wants a new customs union with the EU.
Almost inevitably he will cave to his Remainer MPs and members to demand to stay in the single market and surrender immigration controls too.
JEREMY Corbyn was lampooned yesterday for opposing the privatisation of postal delivery because “we all have one letter box”.
The Labour leader said he didn’t want to stay in the EU’s single market because of strict Brussels barring government intervention intended to protect market competition.
He said the trade deal
BRITAIN'S trade chief Liam Fox will today lay down the gauntlet to Tory rebels and business leaders demanding Britain stays in an EU customs union by telling them that doing so would leave us worse off than we are now.
He will warn that Labour’s new Brexit policy to
JEREMY Corbyn is accused of raising the white flag on Brexit as he ruled out new jumbo trade deals with the US and China.
He said he was opposed to pacts with the two biggest economies in the world because it would “risk dragging Britain into a race to
Pro-Jeremy Corbyn campaign group Momentum has seen its membership soar by 1,500 a month, as attacks on the Labour leader fail to dent his popularity.
In fact, the group claim negative media coverage only serves to boost their numbers.
The group released new membership figures in the days after Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn set out the Labour party's priorities for Brexit today, insisting leaving the EU "doesn't have to be a disaster."
The Labour leader's speech in Coventry cleared the way for cooperation with Tory rebels who want to keep the UK in a customs union.
The Labour leader set out
A campaign to bring back Labour's Clause Four has been stepped up ahead of centenary celebrations this week.
Veteran MP Dennis Skinner and campaigning filmmaker Ken Loach are just two of the high profile names calling for its reinstatement.
The vital part of the party's constitution was stripped out by
JEREMY CORBYN was today accused of “ratting” on Brexit after Labour frontbenchers said he was ready to tie Britain to Brussels indefinitely.
In key Brexit speech today, the Labour leader is expected to confirm he wants Britain to join an EU customs union after 2020 - and will surrender
ON June 23, 2016, voters delivered a clear instruction to their politicians.
By opting for Brexit, they instructed us to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union and, in so doing, to take back control of our own borders, our own laws, our own money and our own
If the most secret document Jeremy Corbyn handed over to a Czech spook was a copy of the Sunday People then it hardly constitutes high treason.
But to listen to the Tories you’d think another Kim Philby double agent had been uncovered.
The Labour leader says claims he was a
IMAGINE the kerfuffle if President Trump threatened the free press with a punishment beating for daring to criticise him.
Imagine if Donald — finally losing his rag after all those stories about his racy love life, his links with Russia and mockery of his hair — snarled darkly that
Labour's general secretary Iain McNicol quits after a "tumultuous" seven years as Jeremy Corbyn strengthens hold on party machine
Iain McNicol, who was appointed to the post under Ed Miliband, said he was standing down to "pursue new challenges" in the Labour movement.
It comes after continued claims
THE Remainers’ plot to stay in an EU customs union would be suicidal for Britain. Yet Labour looks set to back it.
Do not think for a second this is some minor Brexit detail. It is fundamental to its success or failure.
Outside it, we would for the first time
EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker claimed he would be a better Prime Minister than Theresa May.
The Brussels chief piled pressure on the beleaguered Tory leader by insisting he could do a better job for the UK.
The Commission President said the PM had not briefed him on the Chequers