Ed Miliband announces an "apprenticeship guarantee" for school leavers by 2020.
A new dual-role system for our nuclear deterrent could save money and remove all nuclear weapons from Scotland in the process.
When it comes to taking in asylum seekers, the UK government is shifting blame and responsibility.
The shadow chancellor vows to crack down on tax evasion, as the HSBC row rumbles on.
Labour leader fights to claim the territory of growth from the Conservatives in speech at Jaguar Land Rover.
Work and Pensions Secretary says "if we do go down that road we will announce that" on policy to limit payment to two children.
As a new study by the Resolution Foundation shows, the difference between the two parties could be "relatively modest".
There should be more engagement from the Labour party in Britain's neglected rural and coastal areas.
The opposition continues to wage its war on the misconduct of the wealthy, as it is to extend the bankers' bonus clawback to ten years.
Miliband is confident that his promise to invest more better reflects the public's priorities. But the Tories will present him as profligate.
Five reasons why Iain Duncan Smith's plan to give free houses to those who come off benefits is a terrible policy.
We were expecting Lord Fink to follow through with his threat to sue Ed Miliband over suggestions about his tax affairs, but he seems to have blinked first.
The Ukip leader has dismissed the election campaign as "incredibly dull" so far – is it because the main parties are finally ignoring Ukip?
Miliband revives 1997 pledge to limit class sizes to 30 pupils for 5 to 7-year-olds.
The chair of the Public Accounts Committee on HSBC's role in cheating the public purse, and why HMRC has some serious questions to answer.
How the party is being "Pasokified".
Miliband compared Cameron's blind eye over the current HSBC tax avoidance scandal with the employment of ex-News of the World editor, Andy Coulson.
The SNP leader's demand for an end to spending cuts is shared with a significant number of Miliband's backbenchers.
Labour has received mockery and outrage over its choice of a hot pink minibus to launch its campaign targeted at female voters.
New Ipsos MORI research shows how important housing is as an electoral issue. So what next for policymakers?
The presenter of The Last Leg, an anarchic chat show that recently played host to the Lib Dem leader, reviews his appearance.
As the UK tourism industry meets this week, William Cash says the coalition has failed the tourism sector which is the envy of the world.
Both the shadow business secretary and Prime Minister suggest how harmful business rifts could be for Ed Miliband.
Judging by Ukip's poor show on wildlife issues in the European Parliament, its latest proposal is more about exploiting xenophobia than protecting animals.
The shadow chancellor is forthright in his pro-EU membership stance, but how do British businesses feel about this?
The director general of the BCC is urging politicians to call an EU referendum next year.
An analysis by NIESR finds the party's less aggressive deficit reduction programme would boost growth.
The Conservative MP Dr Phillip Lee has criticised the Chancellor's election bribe more honestly than Labour has.
Last week, the Green MP Caroline Lucas called the Citizens' Income policy a "longer-term aspiration", but the party's deputy leaders insist it will be on their 2015 programme for government.
This week, MEPs will vote on proposals for the mandatory country of origin labelling of meat in processed foods – a vital measure for food safety and consumer choice.