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.
The head of MI5, speaking after the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo, describes Britain's vulnerability.
The Ukip leader's attack on multiculturalism is a demonstration of his malign intent.
The Greens’ case for inclusion has been undermined by Ofcom’s ruling.
Would the Lib Dems manage to keep Nick Clegg as leader during coalition negotiations with Labour?
How British newspapers have responded to the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on their front pages.
Jeremy Hunt and David Cameron both brushed off Labour's concerns over the A&E crisis as political hot air today – they do so at their own peril.
In the last four years, 40 per cent of new jobs have been in self-employment. This is more likely to be a permanent shift than a temporary phenomenon.
Shadow justice secretary departs from Labour stance by saying broadcasters should invite the party.
The Health Secretary responded to an Urgent Question from the shadow health secretary about the number of major incidents declared at A&E units.
The Prime Minister was left to resort to accusing the Labour leader of playing politics.
A look at the anti-"islamisation" rallies of the rightwing group Pegida taking place in Germany.
The German Chancellor is poised to support UK plans for cutting benefits to migrants.
Ten different writers give their predictions for this year.
What can we learn from the divisions revealed by the Scottish Labour leader's policy proposal?
The shadow London minister warns that the party "will not forgive" those focused on the contest to come.
£8bn by 2020.
A number of hospitals in recent days have declared "major incidents" because of A&E pressures.
Ed Miliband hints he could water down his stance on Trident in order to make a deal with the Scottish National Party.
Labour should not ignore the electoral gains that a higher ethnic minority turnout could bring.
Labour and the SNP have competing visions for Scotland and the UK – could they really find common ground in Westminster?
What are the legal and constitutional impediments on there being, as some commentators have suggested, two general elections this year?
Osborne's claim of a "blackhole" in Miliband's plans is forcing his party to shout louder about its commitment to continued austerity.
Looking to 2016.
Which pieces of new legislation did you miss last year?