We are developing a whole family approach to policy making that puts equality, relationships and mutual self-help at the centre of preventing social problems.
The parties can't promise to reduce the number of newcomers. But they can do more to improve migrant integration and to reassure the public.
Miliband's northern fortresses are safe but Farage's party could prevent Labour winning southern and eastern marginals off the Tories in 2015.
Conservative MPs' anguish flows from their knowledge that Cameron is both the best candidate and not good enough to deliver outright victory.
The new system could have a huge effect in student-heavy marginals. Universities, councils and others must be aware of the dangers.
The Business Secretary tries to appeal to fiscal conservatives by highlighting that reduced EU migration will lead to "a much slower reduction in the public debt".
The union is prepared to reduce the shortfall but will expect policy concessions in return.
Being beaten after just one term by a man deemed unelectable would open up space for those who understand the need to reinvent the party.
Ukrainian and Georgian NATO membership should be fast-tracked and energy security pursued with far greater vigour and speed.
There isn’t much point expecting a more sophisticated account of Britain’s role in the world from the Prime Minister.
The Labour leader pressed Cameron on trade sanctions after a No. 10 document appeared to rule them out.
"We are strongest when we understand our mutual dependence: that business and society - we need each other. That we rise and fall together."
"We would exert a powerful and positive influence through example – the beacon of progressive opinion."
The First Minister says Scotland would not put itself "at a tax disadvantage with the rest of the UK" at New Statesman event.
The PM said during the first 2010 leaders' debate that the Lib Dem policy was too expensive.
The former PM, who has praised Miliband's party reforms, has had talks with Labour figures about giving money.
"Let us reject a damaging divorce, and instead vote for the best of both worlds: More of the decisions that matter to Scots being taken here in Scotland, backed up by the strength, stability and security of the UK."
Danny Alexander and Lynne Featherstone are both vulnerable to Labour challenges.
The Scottish First Minister's claim that independence is needed to make Scotland and the rest of the UK more "progressive" is undermined by the prospect of the election of Labour in 2015.
Whatever the outcome in September, Scotland won't have to wait too long for even greater autonomy
Far from creating a postcode lottery, greater localism can lead to lower levels of regional inequality.
The decision means the party will now be entitled to equal levels of TV coverage as the other main parties.
We need an end to unfair sanctions and new penalties for those who consistently break the rules.
Contrary to reports, the mayor is keeping all options open.
The Labour leader’s changes have left his party best placed to overcome the crisis of political participation.
The Foreign Secretary says Ukraine "is an entirely different situation" after John Kerry criticises Russia for "invading another country on completely trumped up pretext".
With the former SDP leader, Tony Blair and Len McCluskey all backing his reforms, Miliband has built an impressively large coalition of support.
After today's comfortable victory, far greater political and financial challenges lie ahead for the party.
"Today, let’s vote to change our party. Let’s build a movement. So that tomorrow, we can change our country."
The Prime Minister used to be more honest about Kremlin bullying of its neighbours.