Britain looks closer to the EU exit than ever - an outcome the PM never wanted.
The shadow London minister has several key advantages over his rivals.
Burnham’s plan shows the party grappling with the kind of real world problems it would face in office.
The party needs the Tories to move ahead of Labour to encourage Scots to back independence.
The party rejects women's minister Nicky Morgan's suggestion that "no option is off the table".
With the young most in favour of EU membership, euroscepticism faces death by demographics.
After the Chancellor boasted that inequality had fallen, welfare cuts mean it is rising again.
Labour's policy review head on Ed Miliband’s difficulties, his vision for the party and why he’s more interested in sport than politics.
"It’s not about Andy, or Ed, or Yvette," Labour's policy review head tells the New Statesman.
The media inquiry and Miliband's pose with the Sun gifted victory to the PM.
The Prime Minister's hardline attitude is now more about impressing British voters than winning the battle over the top EU post.
The British people will form the jury in May next year. There is only one possible verdict.
Former transport secretary says the coalition should focus on delivering HS2 earlier.
Shadow chancellor seeks to reassure the asset rich but cash poor.
The shadow education secretary pushes Gove to say whether a Conservative government would allow for-profit schools to be established.
MP announces decision to stand down at the next election and says "it is clear that the leadership of the party wish to see new faces".
The Welsh economy is bucking generational trends and leading the UK out of recession.
Natural justice, not merely the law, must be seen to be applied in cases of wrongdoing.
A slew of welfare stories this morning suggests the coalition is stumbling over its biggest bugbear: the benefits bill. Labour should play this carefully – in economic, not social, terms.
The party would lose seven of its 11 most marginal seats to the Tories.
If you want to know what a Miliband government might look like, you should start by paying a visit to your local town hall.
With the old tax and spend model broken, Labour has been forced to be radical.
The party president contradicts Nick Clegg's position on a future hung parliament.
The PM's blast against Jean-Claude Juncker delighted his MPs - but he'll let them down in the end.
Without new money, the health service will be condemned to years of dangerous decline.
Sixty per cent believe immigration has benefited Britain and are much more likely to be pro-EU.
After a strong start, the shadow education secretary's voice is absent from the education debate, and his party is being reactive and not proactive on education. They have less than a year to turn this around.
The Labour peer and Miliband strategist on how the party would seek to reduce inequality.
A review of the French economist's appearance with Miliband strategist Stewart Wood.
Ninety six per cent of people support a fairer system, with the richest paying more than double the poorest.