Both before and after the next election, Farage's party is likely to remain a significant presence.
Worsening safety for women, breakdowns in the rule of law, crackdowns on cultural activity and police abuse - the Arab Spring wasn't meant to end like this.
"The global economy is changing – but that doesn’t mean we’re powerless to shape our destiny."
Only six companies have enquired about the Chancellor's plan to allow workers to give up employment rights in return for shares.
Regardless of the actual levels of need, the poor will lose out under the Chancellor's cap.
Squeezing disproportionate amounts of public spending out of the regions will leave the country fiscally unbalanced and with regional disparities on the scale of most developing nations.
In a letter leaked to The Staggers, the Unite general secretary hits out over the Falkirk selection row.
The party vowed to block further welfare cuts but the seven-day wait for benefits amounts to a £245m cut.
The closer the contest is, the more likely radical changes to the devolution settlement become.
"It was a re-announcement," the Chancellor concedes after the Spending Review figures show capital investment is still being cut.
Balls signals that he is willing to support the Chancellor's new curbs on claimants, including a seven-day wait for benefits.
Through his narrow focus on making the books add up now, the Chancellor is piling up social costs for the future.
A new seven day wait before people can claim benefits and a freeze in student maintenance grants will hit the poor hardest.
The huge cuts to laboratories and equipment have already undermined the UK's world class science base.
Why everyone’s pretty much making it up.
The Chancellor's decision to set out plans for 2015-16 nearly two years in advance has everything to do with politics and nothing to do with economics.
Three years have been wasted as infrastructure 'plans' have failed to progress to projects. In the Spending Review, the Chancellor has a chance to reverse course.
After taking bets that Obama's error would be repeated in the Commons, the bookmaker pays out a record amount for a novelty political bet.
By repeatedly criticising the Chancellor for missing his deficit targets, the party risks reinforcing the impression that borrowing is always an economic ill.
The benefits these contracts provide come at too high a price for the overwhelming majority of those employed on them.
The long era of the cover-up has unravelled, for perhaps the last time. Transparency now is crucial to any credible effort to restore trust.
Including, only a third of married couples will actually gain, it discriminates against single parents and it reduces work incentives.
Behind the government's rhetoric, things aren't getting better for working people. They’re getting much, much worse.
With George Osborne determined to avoid further tax rises, patient charges will be the only way to solve the health funding crisis.
If austerity is wrong and counter-productive when the Tories do it, it will be wrong and counter-productive whoever does it.
Having pledged to stick to Osborne's spending limits, more generous benefits for some will need to be paid for by cuts or tax rises elsewhere.
The party should publish a series of potential fiscal rules for discussion and replace the VAT cut with a stimulus based on growth-raising capital investment.
Miliband says councils could be given the power to fine developers who fail to build on sites with planning permission, or to buy the land back.
Bills to privatise the BBC, restore the death penalty, ban the burqa, leave the EU and introduce Margaret Thatcher Day are among the 40 proposed by Tory MPs.
The UKIP leader, who set up an offshore tax fund on the Isle of Man, told the European parliament that tax avoidance was about "the perception of fairness".