Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth earlier said NHS staff would not be included.Read more
Labour shadow cabinet member Jon Ashworth has denied that his party's position on Brexit is "sitting on the fence".
He says he is not complacent about tonight's results and that the party will need to "understand, debate and discuss" the outcome before deciding on where the party goes from here.
Social media companies are to work with the Samaritans to tackle the promotion of self-harm on their sites. The firms agreed to fund the strategy at a summit in London on Monday. The Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, told MPs that they also promised to take action to stop misinformation about child vaccinations being spread. Mandy Baker reports. There's more from Today In Parliament on BBC Radio 4 at 23.30
Labour's handling of anti-Semitism claims was "not good enough" and the party needed to change its culture, says Jonathan Ashworth.
The shadow health secretary says the party is committed to voting against Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Looking at the role of fake news, technology firms, the printed press and social media in election campaigning
Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth has told the Sunday Politics that the Labour Party would match Conservative spending plans for the NHS – and go further. He refused to be drawn on how the Labour Party would fund such a rise, saying “it’s the government who’ve made this announcement today, it’s for them to say what taxation changes they’re going to bring forward”.