The Lyons review is too timid about the principle of putting first-time buyers at the front of the queue.
The shadow Dfid secretary Jim Murphy on Labour's three Rs for fighting world hunger.
The furore surrounding the Greens' exclusion from the TV debates could be working in the party's favour.
The ethnic minority population will double to 30 per cent by 2050.
The PM was forced to condemn his welfare minister for saying that disabled people may not be worth the "full wage".
The welfare minister's remarks about people not being "worth" the minimum wage is a small example of this government's persistently appalling attitude towards the disabled.
Why politics in general would benefit from riding the new wave of feminism.
Two-thirds of our political parties in Westminster could be led by women in the near future.
The Tory MP and former cabinet secretary Owen Paterson voices his highly sceptical views on climate change and energy.
The former PM’s promises could cause trouble for Labour.
Shadow justice secretary tasked with preventing loss of voters to left-wing rival.
Sense and instability: Andrew Adonis on a new report scrutinising the policies of successive administrations on skills and employment.
The Conservative MP and former Dfid minister launches one of the most outspoken attacks on Israel from a senior British politician.
David Cameron has written a letter to Rochester and Strood constituents, who will be voting in a by-election on 20 November.
Tax reform is central to the clear, credible and persuasive economic story the Labour party needs for winning the general election.
MPs have voted in favour of recognising Palestine as a state alongside Israel in a symbolic vote.
The Labour leader tells a private meeting of his parliamentary party that he won't allow it to fall into "the bad habits of the past".
At present, politics is too small, too piecemeal and too insular to create real change for Britain.
The former environment secretary will tell climate change sceptics this week that his party should adopt Ukip policies.
They hope the inclusion of Green leader Natalie Bennett would boost her party at the expense of Labour and the Lib Dems.
MPs have a rare chance to vote on Palestinian statehood today.
Will the decision whether or not to go into coalition in 2015 depend more on money than on principle?
The Prime Minister is proposing an intervention to save failing schools.
Today is the first NHS strike since action over pay 32 years ago; health workers at the frontline know that if they do not act soon, the NHS will decompensate and fail.
The clash between those who want a tougher stance, and those who want to maintain a liberal approach, is intensifying.
Post-Clacton, how can the Tories contain the collapse in their core vote?
The shadow business secretary on the need for better representation in parliament, Brixton's Black British story, and the Rooney Rule.
There’s a lot of intellectualising about Ukip at present, but a simple truth is that they’re not very nice people.
Our hard-fought victory in Heywood & Middleton stands in stark contrast to the Tories' collapse in Clacton.
It is remarkable that some in the party are drawing comfort from a rise of just 0.8 per cent in their vote.