By Michael Jacobs - 12 March 16:48
The government's refusal to commit to a decarbonisation target is preventing the creation of tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs.
By George Eaton - 12 March 15:13
The "discretionary fund" cited by Duncan Smith will cover just £2.71 of the £14-a-week loss in housing benefit facing disabled claimants.
By George Eaton - 12 March 13:23
The loss of 370,000 public sector jobs since 2010 has left some departments struggling to provide basic services.
By Chris Leslie - 12 March 9:10
The Lib Dems have a simple choice – either they back their flagship policy by voting for Labour's motion or they don’t.
By George Eaton - 12 March 8:45
"No one will ever admit it," says one islander after just three (0.2%) vote not to remain an overseas territory of the UK.
By George Eaton - 11 March 17:06
Former Lib Dem energy secretary and his former wife jailed.
By George Eaton - 11 March 14:26
In addition to "administration and staff costs", the Department for Education spent thousands of pounds on developing the GCSE replacement.
By Richard Morris - 11 March 11:58
Every wing, arm and leg of the party is livid about this. Clegg can't shrug the defeat off.
By Liam Fox - 11 March 10:21
Former Conservative defence secretary calls for greater spending cuts and tax cuts, including the temporary abolition of capital gains tax.
By George Eaton - 11 March 9:01
An unlikely political alliance is formed as both men argue that health spending should not be protected while other services are cut.
By George Eaton - 09 March 17:50
Labour would win a majority of 84 by gaining 93 seats off the Tories and 13 off the Lib Dems. But remember: it's a snapshot, not a prediction.
By George Eaton - 08 March 17:54
If Clegg supports the motion, he will enrage the Tories. If he opposes it, he will be accused of another "betrayal".
By George Eaton - 08 March 15:28
"Tax increases and spending cuts reduce economic growth", Office for Budget Responsibility head tells Cameron in letter.
By Rafael Behr - 07 March 18:00
The shadow defence secretary quashes speculation: "we’re not a unilateralist party and we’re not about to become a unilateralist party".
By George Eaton - 07 March 16:17
Newly-released emails show that Vicky Pryce claimed to have told Vince Cable and others about the incident.
By George Eaton - 07 March 14:23
The PM and the Business Secretary are making diametrically opposed arguments on borrowing for growth.
By George Eaton - 07 March 12:33
Deputy PM comes to Cameron's aid and warns that borrowing for growth would risk a spike in interest rates.
By Yvette Cooper - 07 March 11:33
The shadow home secretary says Labour will not enter an "arms race of rhetoric on immigration" and promises "a fair, controlled system".
By George Eaton - 07 March 9:05
After the Business Secretary's dramatic suggestion that the government should borrow for growth, the PM will denounce those who would "plunge us back into the abyss".
By George Eaton - 06 March 15:30
Business Secretary argues in the New Statesman for "greatly expanded" capital spending and suggests that the Chancellor should borrow for growth.
By George Eaton - 06 March 13:30
The PM has left it too late to reframe the debate over the welfare cut, not least with a phrase as clunky as his.
By Ben Fox - 06 March 10:18
The government's posturing is about little more than saying enough to keep the eurosceptics quiet.
By George Eaton - 06 March 9:06
By declaring that low-skilled immigration is "too high", Miliband risks entering a war he cannot win.
By Helen Goodman - 05 March 16:16
Left with just £18 for food after the bedroom tax, my constituents, like me, will have nothing to eat by the end of the week.
By Caroline Macfarland - 05 March 15:18
Outside the Westminster wrestling ring and town hall terrains, there is no left-wing or right-wing.
By George Eaton - 05 March 13:59
New polling shows that 49% would not consider voting Lib Dem, compared to 43% who would not consider voting Conservative.
By Diane Abbott - 05 March 11:14
There is no path to victory for Labour through the thickets of anti-immigrant politics and I am confident that Ed Miliband knows this.
By George Eaton - 05 March 9:16
Party members will support emergency motion opposing secret courts at this weekend's conference after just seven Lib Dem MPs voted against the bill.
By Peter Hain - 04 March 16:01
With the return of Lib Dem defectors and the Tories haemorrhaging support to UKIP, Ed Miliband is looking increasingly like the Prime Minister-designate.
By George Eaton - 04 March 13:58
Just 7 per cent of foreign born nationals claim working age benefits, compared to 17 per cent of UK nationals.