She tells the BBC Labour had "a great set of policies" at the election but got its "messaging" wrong.
The prime minister urges the UK to "move forwards as one" as legislation securing the EU exit passes.
The Labour leadership hopeful speaks to BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg.
The PM rejects claims by Jeremy Corbyn the government is not helping low paid workers on universal credit.
The Wigan MP receives backing from Chinese for Labour, meaning she joins Sir Keir in the final round.
The US has warned it could start taxing UK car exports if UK's tech tax goes ahead.
The legislation, which paves the way for the UK to leave the EU with a deal, now awaits royal assent.
An MP tells parliament that smart motorways "cannot be delivered safely" and should be stopped.
Party leaders ask Assembly Commission to halt £1,000 rise until decision to award it is reviewed.
In a speech later, Ms Sturgeon will say Scotland is creating an economy where "collective wellbeing" is as fundamental as GDP.
A man embroiled in a row about his conduct as a rape trial witness plans to quit as a Tory candidate.
A Durham miners' official paraphrases Boris Johnson saying he'd rather "die in a ditch" than invite Tories.
Welsh politicians refuse consent to Brexit bill after politicians in Scotland and NI did the same.
Offenders will face more time in jail as "hard truths" are faced after attacks, the Home Office says.
The House of Lords votes to amend the government's Brexit bill by 300 votes to 220.
Ministers expect around 38 cases of people breaking the law in the first five years.
The number of women in work has grown by 0.5% in the three months to November, the highest rise for a year.
Mr Murphy says a change in economic and political circumstances means the issue has now "receded".
Ministers are defeated three times over Brexit legislation - on citizens' rights and court rulings.
The authority will work below the larger West Northamptonshire unitary council, from 2021.
Parents lose the right to withdraw pupils from lessons about relationships, sexuality and religion.
Roads are dominating new housing developments, a report says, despite more people wanting to drive less.
The former PM says the country is "not at ease with itself" and must change from "top to bottom".
The shadow Brexit secretary is the first to get the support needed to officially run for leader.
Labour leadership hopeful Emily Thornberry says she wants "good schools up and down the country" as she's pushed on why she sent her son to a partially-selective school.
Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long-Bailey has said the party needs to do a better job of selling a message of aspiration to voters.
Boris Johnson is asked about a £300 bonus to Greggs workers, as some on universal credit may not receive the full payment.
Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long-Bailey says people should have the right to self- identify their gender and agrees that "trans women are women".
The SNP Westminster leader accuses the prime minster of making an "unprecedented attack" on devolution in the UK.
Universal credit is supposed to reduce poverty but is having the "opposite effect", the Labour leader says.
A Labour MP asks the prime minister for a commitment to deliver the HS2 and Northern Powerhouse rail schemes "in full".
Campaigners say men are increasingly using the defence to try to get away with murdering women.
What is it like to lose your seat, clear out your office and work out what the future holds?
What are people talking about when they refer to a level playing field and what has it to do with Brexit?
Conor Murphy may have to raise an extra £1bn to meet the public services bill.
Is Sir Keir Starmer right that Somers Town in London has life expectancy 10 years below somewhere a mile away?
Heads of state are meeting in London for a UK-Africa summit ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.
BBC News NI's guide to the key players and their roles in the new Stormont assembly and executive.
Boris Johnson keeps saying the 2014 indyref was a "once in a generation" event - but what does this mean?
The fate of HS2, Scotland and social care are some of the issues that could define the PM's tenure.
The House of Commons Commission has been explaining the cost of the Brexit bongs.
Why Rebecca Long-Bailey's hyphen in her surname has caused some confusion.
The Brexit bill has passed its first hurdle, with the UK set to leave the EU on 31 January.
BBC News NI's experts look at the urgent matters facing the ministers on their first day at work.
What could Brexit mean for current and future participants in the Erasmus scheme?
The British and Irish governments published the text of a draft deal on Thursday night
Dominic Cummings says there is too much switching in the civil service. Is he right?
After a tumultuous 2019, what does the new year have in prospect for Scottish politics?
Files show the efforts of John Major to persuade David Trimble about the new chair of all-party talks.
Here are some of the MPs who could exert influence in the newly elected House of Commons.
The Queen sets out the government's plans in a ceremony rich with tradition.
The BBC's experts give their analysis of what the government is, and isn't, planning for the next year.
The Queen's Speech will be the second in two months.
The newly formed government has set out the laws it plans to pass over the coming Parliament.
Winning as a Tory in Birmingham Ladywood in 1983 was going to be tough, but Pramila Le Hunte gave it her best shot.
BBC News NI's Economics and Business Editor breaks down the implications of a no-trade-deal Brexit.
New MPs talk about the pressure they face and the hopes they share as they start new jobs in Westminster.
BBC analysis of gender, race and sexuality shows that the 2019 intake is set to be the most diverse yet.
New Nottingham East MP Nadia Whittome is the Baby of the House at 23.
Voters in Leigh are happy to have a Tory MP and are "hoping that there's going to be a big change".