The environment secretary and deputy Labour leader spoke ahead of the vote of no confidence.
Rapper Drillminister says his tracks highlight double standards faced by artists and young people.
Tributes have been paid by West Midlands Labour MPs to the former World War Two veteran and left-wing activist Harry Leslie Smith, who's died.
The 95-year-old Barnsley-born campaigner suffered suspected pneumonia while with his son John in Ontario, Canada.
Labour deputy leader and West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson said "the world is a far better place for his life".
Warwick and Leamington MP Matt Western called him a great man and an inspiration while Eleanor Smith, who represents Wolverhampton South East, tweeted he was "an amazing and inspiring campaigner".
Labour's Deputy Leader on how losing weight has lifted his 'brain fog', his fears when confronting Rupert Murdoch, and how he could now be 'taken out' by a former friend. This is an edited version of a conversation recorded earlier this year for the Radio 4 podcast, Political Thinking with Nick Robinson. Episodes of the podcast can be downloaded from https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04z203l/episodes/player Producer: Peter Snowdon
Attacks on rough sleepers should be classed as a new hate crime, says the elected mayor or Liverpool.
A slimmer Tom Watson appears in Parliament and on TV screens and has managed to reverse his Type-2 diabetes.