If it wins the election, how will Labour rule with such weak underlying assumptions about our society and economy?
Pro-Europeans should speak up.
Having driven trains along the routes between Sheffield, London and Nottingham for 25 years, Andy Botham believes he is now on track to unseating Patrick McLoughlin in May 2015.
A difficult climate.
Labour leader says new individual registration system is "David Cameron and Nick Clegg’s final insult to young people".
The Prime Minister has refused to participate in the televised leaders' debates unless the Greens are included. Could he be empty-chaired, and what would happen if so?
2,000-strong overnight surge.
With billions being spent on nuclear weapons, the A&E crisis is one of the government’s choosing.
Time for the party to think of England.
Shadow chancellor uses his own US trip to warn that Washington is asking "Why is David Cameron proposing to take such big risks with Britain's economic future?"
Labour left out?
The party's membership has doubled since September to 40,879, just 635 behind Farage's party.
An uncivil liberty.
The European Parliament must back ambitious commitments to end extreme poverty.
Don’t be blinded by the relentless showmanship and the buffoonish charms of “Boris” the brand. As he heads for parliament once more, it’s vital we pay attention to his failure to initiate very much of lasting worth during his tenure as Mayor of London.
The irony of David Cameron's response to the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.
The Deputy Prime Minister warns against the so-called Snooper's Charter returning to the political agenda.
Baby of the House.
The Ukip MP backs a funding boost for the health service, but that's not his party's line.
The Mayor will not allow himself to be outflanked on national security in a future Conservative leadership contest.
Insecurity is pervasive in our society; we need big politics – not tinkering around the edges – to combat this.
The Prime Minister will make a speech today launching the first of six themes for the Conservative manifesto: the deficit.
Labour leader declares that he is prepared to debate without the PM. But few believe the broadcasters will relent.
From the Infrastructure Bill to Paris talks.
Visiting a job-shop in a Salford suburb, we learn why the government's current benefits sanctions need to be reformed.
Having ruled that the Greens should not be included, the publicly-funded broadcaster should stand its ground.
As Circle Holdings, the first private firm to manage an NHS hospital, looks to leaving its contract, we have a depressing example of how privatisation can go badly wrong.
Tactical voting, fewer wasted votes and lower turnout explain why the party can win more seats with the same number of votes.