The Labour leader however describes the meeting as 'positive and constructive'
‘Matt had 3.7 miles left to finish, and that’s the distance you need to run’
Man’s family dismayed that police have not been charged with corporate manslaughter
UK officials suggested EU citizens could borrow someone else's phone, according to MEPs
Proposal for a customs partnership – under which Britain would collect EU import tariffs on behalf of Brussels – branded 'a betrayal of common sense'
Thousands being 'forgotten in statistics' as estimated 51,500 people found to be living in temporary accommodation – compared with 5,870 recorded by government, says charity
'We have to change', says actress who filmed route after runners had passed
Prime minister suggested Brussels was unfairly penalising Britain - but MPs' report finds exclusion was 'agreed by negotiators'
It appears there is literally nothing far right enough that Nigel Farage can do to shake off his role as the nation’s favourite risqué uncle
Exclusive: Former director-general of HM Prison Service says violence driven by ‘budget cuts, poor political decisions and frequent changes of political direction’
Statement comes as Theresa May attends memorial service marking 25th anniversary of murder
'Affordable luxury brand' is popular with the Prime Minister and the Duchess of Cambridge
Peers defeat government on amendment to keep EU Charter of Fundamental Rights as part of UK law
David Browning 'intense attachment' towards Jillian Howell and became 'possessive, controlling and jealous'
'How many more have to die this way before everyone cares? How many more communities like ours have to be terrorised by mindless stabbings?'