By George Eaton - 23 January 9:29
If Miliband matches Cameron's referendum offer, he will look weak. If he doesn't, he will look undemocratic. Which will he choose?
By New Statesman - 23 January 8:35
Read the Prime Minister's speech promising to renegotiate Britain's membership of the EU and hold a referendum in 2017.
By John Healey - 22 January 20:31
The latest round of welfare cuts will accelerate the rise in homelessness and leave low-income families struggling to find rented accomodation.
By George Eaton - 22 January 15:54
The questions the PM will face on renegotiation, the referendum and withdrawal.
By Rafael Behr - 22 January 13:37
The decision to make the next head of the No.10 Policy Unit a political appointee, rather than a civil servant, shows the PM has listened to complaints from Tory MPs.
By George Eaton - 22 January 9:28
Charles Kennedy, Sarah Teather and seven others vote against bill capping benefit increases at 1 per cent for each of the next three years.
By George Eaton - 21 January 15:35
It all depends on how you assume those who say "don't know" will vote when the election actually happens.
By George Eaton - 21 January 12:58
Lib Dem rebels table amendment to Welfare Uprating Bill calling for benefits to increase in line with average earnings, rather than Osborne's 1 per cent.
By Gavin Kelly - 21 January 10:26
The coalition hasn’t resolved the role the welfare system should play in supporting families with children. The impasse on childcare policy reflects this.
By George Eaton - 21 January 8:57
Any political high from Cameron's EU speech could be shortlived if figures released on Friday show that the UK economy shrunk in the final quarter of 2012.
By John Wood - 20 January 10:34
As well as boosting pay for low earners, we need to tackle excessive pay at the top.
By George Eaton - 19 January 22:04
Kenneth Baker launches damning attack on the Education Secretary in an interview with the New Statesman.
By Michael Jacobs - 19 January 10:28
A growing number of businesses recognise that their self-interest is best served by an economy that is not fatally undermined by climate change.
By George Eaton - 19 January 9:23
Speech now scheduled for Monday would coincide with the US president's public swearing-in ceremony.
By New Statesman - 18 January 16:07
"I feel sorry for anybody who has been hurt but, other than that, I enjoyed it."
By Clive Lewis - 18 January 14:17
Spending £30-100bn on a new nuclear weapons system should be unthinkable when frontline forces are enduring dramatic cuts.
By George Eaton - 18 January 11:29
PM says number of Britons at risk at Algerian gas plant has been "significantly reduced" but that operations are not over.
By George Eaton - 18 January 8:50
PM says that only "the parties that are going to form the government" should be included if the debates are repeated in 2015.
By Douglas Alexander - 17 January 20:14
The shadow foreign secretary says that only Labour can "give voice to the national interest" in an address at Chatham House.
By George Eaton - 17 January 19:03
Prime Minister will remain in London tomorrow to chair Cobra meetings, rather than delivering long-delayed speech in the Netherlands on Britain's EU membership.
By Richard Morris - 17 January 13:59
In 2007, Clegg pledged to double the number of Lib Dem MPs over two general elections - and hasn't gone back on his word since.
By Sarah Mulley - 17 January 12:03
The Conservatives' net migration target is wrong but the centre-left cannot ignore the question of numbers.
By New Statesman - 17 January 11:33
Radiohead singer says he'd "sue the living shit" out of the PM if he used his music.
By George Eaton - 17 January 9:06
Labour leader says he would not reverse measure previously denounced by his party as a "dog's breakfast" and a "political gesture".
By Robert Buckland - 16 January 16:23
Conservative MP Robert Buckland says it is time for the UK to engage with the EU constructively.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January 15:26
The tension is between the need to defend Labour’s legacy of public service investment and the impulse to imagine different methods of change.
By Ryan Shorthouse and Guy Stagg - 16 January 14:35
Sceptical voters on low and middle incomes need much more reassurance that the party is on their side.
By George Eaton - 16 January 13:15
The PM refused to say whether he would allow Conservative cabinet ministers to campaign for EU withdrawal during the referendum campaign.
By George Eaton - 16 January 11:13
Ahead of the removal of restrictions on immigration from the two newest EU member states on 1 January 2014, UKIP puts the Tories under pressure.
By George Eaton - 16 January 8:53
If Ken Clarke is free to put the europhile case, eurosceptics will want to be able to argue for withdrawal.