Cooler, younger and tech savvy – meet the team led by Obama’s former digital strategist which Labour hopes will win it the election.
Women now face worse gender pay discrimination during the second half of their careers.
Attempts to understand the success of Isis in Iraq would benefit from Marxist analysis, since social and economic factors are the key to explaining Sunni Arab support for, and complicity with, the group.
Mark Simmonds leaves the Government.
The champion of the backbenches talks to the New Statesman about idealism, democracy, and the need for "injury time" in Commons debates.
Twenty two new peers announced.
Twitter, once the preserve of teens and techies, is now the medium of choice for the political establishment too.
The Good Country Index scores nations on their beneficent contributions to the world. Its creator hopes it will encourage governments to think globally rather than nationally.
As interest in Ukip's Young Independence surges, youth wings of political parties may be the best hope of staving off apathy in the young.
Has the government's series of changes to European rules been too slow, and too limited, to convince the public that Britain should remain in the EU?
The Conservative MP talks to Lucy Fisher about rebelling against the government, mindfulness and football.
Michael Gove has launched a probe into Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley, after he was issued with a domestic assault caution earlier this year.
The risk posed by traumatised asylum seekers was one of many themes identified at Labour's Youth Crime Summit in London today.
The number of female genital mutilation survivors in the UK is double the official NHS estimate, according to a new report.
The Prime Minister warned President Putin to stop aiding separatists in Ukraine, as responsibility for the MH17 crash was laid at Russia's feet.
Helen Goodman upbraided for declaring Tory women promoted to the government this week "puppets".
The newly elected chair of the Health Committee and Conservative MP for Totnes talks to the New Statesman.
Labour’s shadow home secretary on online misogyny, workplace discrimination and tackling domestic violence.
The number of penalty points awarded could be doubled to six, as the Transport Secretary says he wants to address the "appalling" number of road casualties caused by drivers using phones.
The former Labour cabinet minister launched a vicious attack on Ed Miliband and his party.
Despite tragedy, two Afghan women explain how they refuse to be cowed by militants from carrying out their work.
A new study hints at sexism in the press.
Iain Duncan Smith said that the business case for universal credit has been approved by the Treasury, but only up to 2015.
A professor, a pollster and a journalist hashed out the question at Chatham House last week.
The senior Conservative MP and Eurosceptic Mark Pritchard discusses the EU, secret societies, adoption and animal welfare.
A hard-hitting report today from the Home Affairs Committee blasts the authorities for failing to eliminate cutting in the UK and calls for new laws.
Labour is claiming today that 8 out of 10 new private sector jobs created since 2010 have been in London; the Tories say 3 out of 4 of them have been created outside the capital. Which is it?
The latest polling by Lord Ashcroft offers a snapshot of the wipe out facing Lib Dems in battleground seats against Labour.
Given that only 23 per cent of MPs are women at present, the high number of female parliamentary candidates selected for party-incumbent seats is a small, but important triumph.