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Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire for saying Osama Bin Laden should have been put on trial instead of being killed.
Queen under fire: She has "done and said nothing anybody will remember”, says historian David Starkey
While Jeremy Corbyn calls for weaker powers for the monarchy
Tony Blair’s involvement in saving former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi during the 2011 military intervention is being questioned by MPs.
What are typical Jeremy Corbyn supporters like? And what sets them apart from Liz Kendall fans?
We were “right to strike”, says Mick Cash
The mayoral hopeful speaks to LondonLovesBusiness
The Labour leadership election is getting messy
Burnham calls meeting over entryism concerns
Lammy on the warpath: Boris is a “comedian”, Zac Goldsmith is “stinking rich” and London is “in danger of falling apart”
LondonLovesBusiness meets the Tottenham MP running for mayor
But workers will lose Londoners’ sympathy if strikes continue, Lammy warns
Not just the Ed Stone…
A hashtag is born
Corbyn says war was a “deception”, and criticises delay to Chilcot inquiry
Pledge to clamp down on tax evaders
Who are the candidates and what do they stand for?
Paddy Power set to pay out £100,000 on bets as Corbyn entered race at 100/1
Legal checks made over concerns of interference from other parties
Exclusive: Mayoral candidate David Lammy says cycling in London is taking your “life into your own hands”
Lammy calls for HGV ban at peak hours, and an end to diesel vehicles in London
The mayor of Calais has threatened to open France’s border to allow thousands of migrants into Britain.
Meanwhile Corbyn focuses on issues, not “personal, reaction, or abuse”
If you’re a remotely tolerant person, this news story is going to annoy you.
Council decisions to be overruled by government in bid to kick-start shale revolution
Corbyn’s policies are laughable, says the former PM
But how many supporters does Labour have?
Can Corbyn conquer? Will Burnham bounce back? Is Cooper a trooper and is Kendall incidental?
Viewers get only a fleeting glance in his campaign video, but it seems this picture of a teenage Andy Burnham has attracted some attention, to put it mildly.
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to become Labour leader is gaining some serious clout.
Bookies shorten odds making Corbyn favourite to win