"When we leave Europe, we'll be able to remove it, and rest assured we will."
A new internal campaign has called Ed Miliband's tuition fee cut a "weak policy" and is calling for the complete abolition of tuition fees.
What does Justine Thornton’s decision to use her husband’s surname "in political life" tell us about her husband's approach to electoral politics?
The men and women behind the shadow chancellor.
The debate about the debates is a process story of little interest to the electorate.
Some politicians are finally beginning to realise that they can't bury these scandals under the carpet. But real action is needed, and fast.
Caroline Lucas and Andrew George, a Liberal Democrat rebel, are working together on a bill that could be a roadmap for the NHS.
What's Labour for when there's no money to spend? The same thing it always is, says Steve Reed: giving people power.
Justine Thornton, Ed Miliband's wife, has given an interview with BBC News in which she says that the attacks on her husband will intensify in the campaign's final weeks.
The Liberal Democrats made a splash with their private polling. But the published results indicate that they may be grasping at straws.
Social segregation - of races, classes and religions - is on the rise in Britain. A new report suggests ways out of the mess.
The Foreign Secretary warns about the threat Russia poses to Britain's security, seeing relations going from prickly to poor.
Gordon Brown is worried that the pro-Europeans are blundering into a referendum defeat. He's not the only one.
Health inequality is a big issue in the UK: tackling it will help income inequality, the NHS and the economy, but the causes of it are not as straightforward as they seem.
Naz Shah, the newly-selected Labour candidate in Bradford West, has shed light on her remarkable life.
The low point in 2000 pre-dated the government's spending increases for health and education.
All of the parties are obsessing over high-information voters. But the people who'll decide the election are messing around on Netflix, juggling childcare, or down the pub.
Maximus has just taken over the running of the controversial Work Capability Assessment from Atos. What’s broken and how can they fix it?
The SNP has already ended Labour's hopes of a majority. The Conservatives believe it can do even more damage to them than that.
Our economic debate is conducted in terms of household budgets - a handbag economy. But the economy isn't a handbag, and this "debate" closes down real alternatives to the neoliberal consensus.
The shadow chancellor will unveil a full analysis of how the Tories' plans would hit public services.
A woman blogs anonymously on her experiences in the work place for International Women's Day.
Turnout was lower among women than men at the last election, and the problem could get worse.
India's Daughter has exposed that country's rape culture. But don't imagine that these attitudes aren't found around the world.
Labour are trying to keep the debates in people's minds - but if they're not careful, they run the risk of making fools themselves
It has been 45 years since Barbara Castle’s Equal Pay Act - and we still don't have equal pay. So what would an updated act need to cover? Emily Thornberry explains.
Ed Miliband has given David Cameron both barrels as he aims to keep the pressure on the Prime Minister.
The broadcasters are refusing to accede to the prime minister's proposals.
The West's politicians have emboldened Vladimir Putin with their mistakes and indecision. They need to send a signal he can't ignore.
The NHS is Labour's finest achievement. But it's under threat from five more years of the Conservatives