Labour leader says UK foreign policy must change, as campaigning resumes after the Manchester attack.Read more
Security minister says Jeremy Corbyn's comments on UK foreign policy are "inappropriate".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urges solidarity after the Manchester attack.
As expected, Jeremy Corbyn has cancelled his planned visit to Ironbridge today.
All parties have suspended general election campaigning, following the bomb attack in Manchester last night.
The Labour leader had also been expected to visit Walsall and Cannock today.
The Labour leader says changes to the Tories' social care plans aren't changes at all.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is on the campaign trail in Hull and Goole today as part of his party's general election campaign.
Last week, Labour launched its manifesto ahead of the national vote on 8 June.
Today, Mr Corbyn's expected to meet with local supporters as well as the former Hull MP and deputy prime minister John Prescott.
During his visit to Hull, Mr Corbyn has defended his party's policy to scrap university tuition fees, saying he is "determined that university education should be available for all".
Labour will also reinstate the maintenance grant and the education maintenance allowance that allows young people to continue doing their A levels, he said.
"We want all young people to have a chance of going to university," he said at a campaigning event in Hull.