By Michael Hessel - 19 August 14:08
The country's voters show little desire to proactively seek a resolution to the euro crisis.
By George Eaton - 19 August 12:11
Alan Johnson's childhood memoir, Charles Moore's biography of Thatcher and back issues of the New Statesman.
By George Eaton - 19 August 9:09
Just as only Nixon could go to China, so only a leftist can sell Labour's new position on welfare to a sceptical PLP.
By George Eaton - 18 August 12:56
A promise to cancel the project, which could cost up to £80bn, and invest the savings in more electorally popular policies is just the kind of gamechanger that Miliband needs for the conference season.
By George Eaton - 18 August 10:28
The pressure is now on Miliband to deliver policies that, as Andy Burnham put it, "knock the others off the pitch".
By Bobby Dufffy - 17 August 13:55
History shows that parties can win despite the unpopularity of their leaders, but to do so Labour needs to offer policy substance.
By George Eaton - 17 August 10:51
The former election co-ordinator's call for an early EU referendum highlights the danger of Labour replicating Tory divisions over Europe.
By Douglas Alexander - 17 August 9:08
All existing British and EU aid and support for Egypt should be placed under urgent review.
By David Skelton - 16 August 15:31
The visionary and brave groups who fought for democracy shouldn’t be afterthoughts when talking about British history, they should be treated as a fundamental part of it.
By George Eaton - 16 August 14:14
News of the "cost of living crisis" is spreading beyond these shores.
By Luciana Berger - 16 August 12:33
While big energy companies are reaping billions in profits, millions of vulnerable households are being pushed deeper into fuel poverty.
By New Statesman - 16 August 10:45
The shadow London minister attacks Boris Johnson's "abysmal record of hiking fares year on year".
By George Eaton - 16 August 9:06
Faced with mounting debts, the party may be forced to leave government in order to reclaim the "short money" provided to opposition parties.
By Sam Bright - 15 August 16:30
The Education Secretary's plan to abolish AS-levels will stifle the ambitions of students from the poorest backgrounds.
By George Eaton - 15 August 13:40
Fifty seven per cent of voters "dislike" the party compared to 43% who dislike Labour and 47% who dislike the Lib Dems.
By Lisa Nandy - 15 August 11:11
The crashing silence from those in government responsible for keeping children safe leaves a dangerous vacuum.
By George Eaton - 15 August 8:28
New figures show that 320,738 more people are claiming housing benefit than in May 2010.
By Imogen Parker - 14 August 17:02
The gap between education and employment is too wide, meaning too many are falling through and joining almost a million unemployed.
By Rafael Behr - 14 August 15:52
The story of the Conservatives’ shrivelled membership is potentially as significant as the story of Labour’s presentational shambles.
By George Eaton - 14 August 15:02
Policies likely to be announced before the election include building a million affordable homes, scrapping the bedroom tax and creating living wage zones.
By George Eaton - 14 August 13:44
The assailant, Dean Porter, says that "Labour no longer stands up for the poor" and that it would "all have been different if it had been David not Ed".
By George Eaton - 14 August 10:35
Earnings rose by an unusual high of 2.1% in the latest quarter but only because bonuses were paid in April, rather than March, to benefit from the new 45p rate.
By George Eaton - 14 August 8:59
The £520,000 bequeathed by Joan Edwards was intended for "whichever Government is in office", so how did it end up in the coalition parties' coffers?
By George Eaton - 13 August 14:29
The latest donation figures show the party was given £1.04m from donors who attended private dinners with David Cameron and other senior Conservative ministers.
By George Eaton - 13 August 11:58
The trade unions accounted for 77 per cent (£2.4m) of all donations to the party, with just £354,692 received in individual donations.
By George Eaton - 13 August 8:47
In 1997, the Tories enjoyed a 22-point lead over Labour on "managing the economy" but with growth restored, voters decided it was safe to change captain.
By Stephen Twigg - 12 August 18:52
By abolishing AS-levels, the government risks making university education the preserve of a rich elite.
By George Eaton - 12 August 15:10
In January, Tory strategists briefed that Cameron would distance the party from Enoch Powell's toxic legacy but we've heard nothing since.
By George Eaton - 12 August 11:57
The shadow immigration minister's disastrous morning is a lesson in the perils of pre-briefing.