The campaign that British MPs are being asked to join will almost certainly be ineffective, carry on for years and cost us billions of pounds.
The PM believes that there is "no legal barrier" to action, but wants to "proceed on the basis of consensus".
Today, parliament will vote on the UK using airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq.
New York mayor met the shadow London minister for 45 minutes before he addressed the Labour conference.
The housing market today is unbearable, and if Ed Miliband doesn’t get that, I suggest he signs up for a few more empathy lessons.
Democracy shouldn't make you pick sides.
Sky News political correspondent Sophy Ridge on the insidious impact on democracy of young people switching off from the voting process.
Labour responds to the Sun's frontpage "snub".
Patriotism being bandied about.
The Prime Minister, speaking at the UN, has said that Britain will join in confronting the militant group.
The first Democratic mayor of New York since 1993 says "If you reject the cold complacency of the status quo, its power will erode."
In 2012, the shadow health secretary admitted in his conference speech he didn't have "all the answers" for funding whole-person care. His speech this year shows this remains the case.
The policy gives Labour multiple opportunities to frame the Conservatives as the party of the rich.
How to answer the West Lothian Question in practice.
David Cameron is moving the UK closer to military action in the Middle East.
Labour leader forgot key passage during 65-minute, no-notes performance.
Ed Miliband has announced that he will fund the NHS using a mansion tax. What’s the story of how Labour came to adopt this Lib Dem policy?
The Labour leader's speech was politically astute and intellectually coherent, but it rarely inspired.
It will be funded by a mansion tax, cracking down on tax avoidance and fees for tobacco firms.
As the party powers through its last conference before the election, the idea of “English votes for English laws” plagues the leadership. And it's not just Tory MPs who are causing the trouble.
Labour leader will outline six "national goals" for the next decade in his conference speech.
Ed Miliband is expected to announce the policy in his conference speech tomorrow.
Party continues tough fiscal stance by ruling out allowing local authorities to borrow more to build.
The shadow business secretary is calling for a change in the way we do politics. But why?
Shadow chancellor closes down Tory attack by ruling out option of borrowing for infrastructure projects.
The former Prime Minister warns that the only way to tackle Islamic State could be on the ground.
Pledging to scrap police and crime commissioners shows Labour going cold on holding the force to account.
The failure to bring a greater number of affluent Scots on board raises questions about the SNP’s “de-risking” strategy.
Of all workers in the UK, over one in every seven is self-employed. Labour should account for this in its economic proposals.