The attention at the Labour Party conference will today turn to international affairs, with some delegates pushing for a vote on the withdrawal of UK troops from Iraq.
The Jaguar workers have welcomed backing from the "highest level of Government" in their dispute with Ford over the closure of Browns Lane.
The controversy around the rolling out of prison escort responsibilities in Scotland to the private sector firm Reliance has resurfaced today with the publication of an Audit Scotland report.
The Secretary of State for Defence has urged the Labour Party conference not to vote for the withdrawal of UK troops.
Low paid workers will get a pay rise tomorrow as a new minimum wage rate comes into force.
The Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, Charlie Falconer, has told the Labour Party conference that the Government will continue to press ahead with reform of the House of Lords.
In today's crucial vote on Iraq, the Labour Party conference has overwhelmingly backed the leadership.
Politicians and activists of all different persuasions have united today in pleas for the release of UK hostage Ken Bigley.
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott today delivered a stark warning to the Labour conference that complacency could spell election disaster.
Tony Blair has confirmed that if elected he would serve out a full third term as Prime Minister.