By George Eaton - 11 September 14:24
The Liberal Democrat president lavishes praise on the Labour leader and says "I don’t want join in with the Tories who compare him to Kinnock."
By George Eaton - 11 September 13:17
In politics, trajectory is everything. The return of growth and falling unemployment means that Miliband now struggles to discomfort the PM.
By Carys Afoko - 11 September 11:33
The opposition should worry less about the growth rate and more about developing its own story about the economy.
By George Eaton - 11 September 9:25
The Conservative chairman brands Raquel Rolnik an "absolute disgrace" after she warns that the bedroom tax is having a "shocking" effect on the vulnerable.
By George Eaton - 11 September 8:23
After the Chancellor declared that Britain was "turning the corner", the Business Secretary warns against "complacency", generated by "a few quarters of good economic data."
By Jonathan Portes - 10 September 15:25
The Chancellor's claim that "the pace of fiscal consolidation has not changed" is not supported by any of the available data.
By Angela Eagle - 10 September 14:09
Ministers want to silence charities and social groups for daring to highlight the damaging effects of Conservative policy.
By George Eaton - 10 September 12:57
The emphasis that Miliband put on building more houses in his TUC speech suggests that a big announcement could soon follow.
By New Statesman - 10 September 11:52
The Labour leader says his trade union reforms mean Labour could become a party "not of 200,000 people, but 500,000 or many more."
By Salman Shaheen - 10 September 10:29
If Labour is forced to compete with other progressive parties for millions in union funding, it is more likely to listen to what workers want.
By George Eaton - 10 September 9:13
The 2013 British Social Attitudes report shows a significant rise in support for higher benefits even if it means higher taxes.
By George Eaton - 09 September 22:00
Labour leader will say in his TUC speech that Cameron's declaration that trade unions are a "threat to our economy" was reminiscent of Thatcher's "the enemy within" and Romney's "47%".
By George Eaton - 09 September 16:06
David Skelton's proposal shows how the Tories could begin to expand their appeal but the PM seems happiest playing the old tunes.
By George Eaton - 09 September 14:08
Including, this is still the slowest recovery for 100 years, the economy is 2.9% smaller and most people are still getting poorer.
By Ian Murray - 09 September 12:38
The government has consistently resisted measures which would tackle the living standards crisis.
By New Statesman - 09 September 11:26
The TUC general secretary says that "before he starts lecturing unions about transparency, the Prime Minister should take a long hard look in the mirror".
By George Eaton - 09 September 8:40
After spending the summer telling voters how badly off they are under the coalition, Miliband plans to spend the autumn outlining how they would be better off under Labour.
By Patrick Diamond - 08 September 9:49
Across Europe, the dramatic shift of political strategy is still poorly understood by progressives.
By George Eaton - 06 September 17:14
The party says "no organisation or individual has been found to have breached the rules" and reinstates suspended members Karie Murphy and Stephen Deans.
By Rowenna Davis - 06 September 16:37
The head of the UK's biggest foodbank network says the PM is wrong to claim that job centres have been allowed to give out vouchers.
By Richard Morris - 06 September 14:57
No government policy has made party members unhappier. Fortunately, Clegg is about to pledge to repeal it.
By Emma Reynolds - 06 September 14:03
The party was right to demand full evidence should precede any decision - Cameron was in a rush to prove himself a world leader.
By George Eaton - 06 September 10:08
The Education Secretary's warning that poor children suffer when they do not have their own bedrooms is at odds with the coalition's policy.
By George Eaton - 06 September 9:08
The former PM's open disagreement over Syria shores up support for Miliband among anti-war Lib Dems.
By George Eaton - 06 September 8:07
Philip Hollobone, who refuses to meet constituents who wear the veil, has tabled a bill making it illegal to wear "face coverings" in public.
By Lindsay Judge - 05 September 16:48
In working to deliver to an arbitrary timetable, Duncan Smith ignored sound programme management principles.
By George Eaton - 05 September 15:44
Paul Kenny claims he's just doing what Miliband wants but his move was an unambiguous vote of no confidence in the Labour leader's reforms.
By George Eaton - 05 September 12:53
Darling reveals that while serving as Work and Pensions Secretary, he was told that the programme would be "very difficult" to implement and would cost more than it saved.
By Rushanara Ali - 05 September 10:49
Syrian refugees could soon account for 30% of Lebanon's population. Its people fear it will fall back into yet another conflict.
By George Eaton - 05 September 8:57
The Work and Pensions Secretary tried to pass the buck to the civil service but the NAO report says he never explained how "Universal Credit is meant to work".