By Stephen Low - 29 November 16:12
There is little to be gained from defining problems on Clydeside as 'national' issues but problems on Merseyside as 'economic' ones.
By George Eaton - 29 November 14:52
The top 1% of earners now pay 30% of all income tax because they're earning more. And the poorest still pay the largest overall share.
By Luciana Berger - 29 November 11:08
With excess winter deaths up by 29% and bills up by £300 since the election, it's time for the government to act.
By Richard Morris - 29 November 10:13
With the Tories his party's main electoral foe, Clegg is seeking to woo the One Nation voters alienated by the Conservatives' UKIP tendency.
By George Eaton - 29 November 8:58
Having spent months denouncing Miliband's energy price freeze as a "con", the Tories, spooked by the opposition's poll lead, are now trying to match it.
By Will Straw - 28 November 17:55
The planned cuts to the Energy Company Obligation will undermine the fight against fuel poverty.
By Rafael Behr - 28 November 17:26
If the Chancellor starts doling out goodies he risks undercutting the Tory message of long-term discipline.
By Owen Smith - 28 November 15:44
Those urging the party to avoid radical talk of reforming capitalism and remaking society fail to understand the deep-rooted wish for change.
By James Maxwell - 28 November 14:01
The whole document was designed to highlight the governance-focused nature of modern Scottish nationalism - and largely succeeded in doing so.
By John Low - 28 November 12:30
New research shows the cuts are biting deepest in the poorest areas in the north and Scotland, with worse to come.
By Adam Afriyie - 28 November 11:38
Boarding schools would provide the stability and structure that the most disadvantaged so desperately need.
By George Eaton - 28 November 9:11
The mayor presented social mobility as compensation for inequality but it's the gap between the rich and poor that erodes opportunity.
By George Eaton - 27 November 17:28
The party reveals that it has recruited over 100 full-time organisers in key target seats, more than at any time in the 1997 election campaign.
By Catherine McKinnell - 27 November 15:05
Next week’s Autumn Statement provides Cameron and Osborne with the perfect opportunity to act - but will it be more of the same for the privileged few?
By George Eaton - 27 November 13:31
The Labour leader accused the Tories of an "intellectual collapse" after their U-turn on payday loans but as Cameron knows, the wise Conservative travels light.
By Matthew Goodwin - 27 November 11:35
The more we stoke public anger and distrust on immigration, the more we threaten the stability of our political system in general.
By George Eaton - 27 November 10:19
It was left to EU Employment Commissioner Laszlo Andor to point out that "the British public has not been told all the truth".
By Graeme Cooke and Guy Lodge - 26 November 16:19
Alex Salmond's promise of lower taxes and higher spending is based on little more than wishful thinking.
By Niki Seth-Smith - 26 November 15:24
The movement's message of "Scotland for the people" offers the best chance of winning over those alienated from politics.
By George Eaton - 26 November 13:43
To triumph against the odds, the Yes campaign needs fear of a Conservative government and permanent austerity to push voters towards independence.
By Rafael Behr - 26 November 7:15
The Chancellor is right that people don't demand ideological consistency but they do like politicians to believe in something.
By Gavin Shuker - 25 November 17:40
The government's predilection for prioritising effect over cause has consequences - we must focus on prevention as well as cure.
By Kevin Meagher - 25 November 16:41
Across the world, unflashy candidates are triumphing against their allegedly charismatic counterparts.
By Rick Muir - 25 November 13:51
The Independent Police Commission sets out a bold vision to deliver fair and effective policing in straitened times.
By George Eaton - 25 November 12:27
For the sake of short-term deficit reduction, the government is giving up a long-term asset.
By Imran Khan - 25 November 10:43
The country's High Commission attacks the Attorney General's comments on ethnic "corruption".
By George Eaton - 25 November 9:05
The Chancellor's announcement of a cap on payday loan charges undermines the coalition's attack on the Labour leader's "Marxist universe".
By Philip Maughan - 24 November 12:18
The Labour leader spoke openly to Kirsty Young about his relationship with his brother and the "the only time" he ever prayed.
By Imran Khan - 24 November 10:11
The Tories have relentlessly caricatured Britain’s Pakistani community as Islamist extremists, child abusers and slave masters, says former Conservative councillor Imran Khan.
By George Eaton - 22 November 16:33
With Labour's poll lead growing, the Tories are determined for something to knock Miliband off course. But the Co-Op affair won't be it.