In my speech today I told conference that Theresa May is a Prime Minister who prevaricates and a Tory leader who can't make a decision. It's one of the reasons she will never cut it as Prime Minster.Read more
Today, I gave Labour Party Annual Conference an update on our party organisation, and Labour's digital revolution.Read more
When I stood to be Labour’s Deputy Leader, I promised to rebuild our party from the grassroots up. I said I'd reconnect with the hundreds of thousands of members who make the Labour party what it is, and give them the tools and training they needed.
I wanted to reconnect with communities and voters all around the country - both by listening to them, and by giving our members the tools and training they need to engage with them.Read more
The Labour Party must do everything within its power to help stamp out the horror of child abuse. Which is why this week, I have asked our shadow cabinet members to work with our leader's office to co-ordinate an urgent response to the Government’s consultation on Reporting and Acting on Child Abuse and Neglect.Read more
The new Prime Minister spent six years as Home Secretary but Theresa May’s legacy at the Home Office is not one to be proud of. She cut front line police services relentlessly and her record on civil liberties was appalling.Read more
I am writing this in the final minutes before polling stations close at the BBC studios in Elstree. Soon there will be no more last minute leafleting to do, no minds to change or debates to engage in. In a few hours’ time, we will start to get an idea about how the country has voted in what it is arguably the most important referendum in our recent history.Read more
With less than two weeks to go until the EU Referendum on 23 June, I joined John Pienaar on Radio 5 Live to talk about our campaign to remain in the European Union.
If you missed it, you can listen again here.