If Labour is to build truly excellent public services, it must re-embrace managerialism and performance data.
Speculation grows that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport could be abolished in the Spending Review, with its functions hived off to other departments.
Yet another Conservative politician is caught making it up.
The idea of tabling an amendment to the Tory bill demanding a referendum before the next election is gaining currency in Labour ranks.
Our aid commitment, properly targeted, is first and foremost about our own security and economic interests.
If Osborne refuses to give way in the Spending Review, cabinet ministers may choose to walk out.
By promoting balanced growth and increasing employment, small businesses exemplify the investment economy Labour wishes to build.
It is not helpful for a man about to stand trial to remind everyone just how well he knows "David".
We need to focus on the challenges and implement solutions regardless of how uncomfortable it is for our establishment elite.
With further cuts to higher education and 40 per cent of student loans unlikely to be repaid, the parties need to agree on a sustainable funding system.
With its age-blind design, Universal Credit is a missed opportunity to tackle the UK’s demographic challenge.
What the Conservative rule book says about a vote of no confidence and a leadership election.
The Chancellor reveals that he has already secured agreement from seven departments to cuts of up to 10 per cent and makes it clear that he's after more.
Without greater long-term investment, the relaxation of ratios is extremely unlikely to lead to the savings promised by ministers.
Andrew Adonis's 5 Days in May offers new evidence of the party's disastrous economic misjudgement.
UKIP’s unpopularity with Scottish voters is more evidence that Scotland and England are on separate political trajectories.
After appearing destined for irrelevance, the group has been re-fuelled on anger.
Theresa May is "determined" to act to give the police new powers to monitor internet use.
While Clegg's party looks increasingly conformist, the Tories are moving into a coherent right-wing position for 2015.
Why the increase in tax revenues doesn't prove that the coalition was right to scrap the 50p rate.
With a dramatic fall in the number of international students, the government’s policy 'success' has come at a considerable economic cost.
In response to the Woolwich attack, the former Mayor of London says "we are still experiencing the dreadful truth of this warning".
Too many titles handed the killers the megaphone they craved. Those who quietly reject the offer of hatred and division deserve to be heard too.
They bear no more responsibility for jihadism than Christians do for the Ku Klux Klan.
"The terrorists never win because they cannot defeat the values we hold dear," says Cameron after the beheading of a British soldier in Woolwich.
It wasn't ideology that led the Lib Dems to reject coalition with Labour, but the reds' near-complete lack of preparation.
The work and pensions select committee launches an inquiry after Duncan Smith was rebuked by the UK Statistics Authority for misrepresenting figures on the benefit cap.
While the Lib Dems have much to lose from an early end to the coalition, the Tories can easily see the appeal of trying to govern alone.
Praising Tony Blair and criticising Ralph Miliband, the Labour leader said the choice was not between socialism and capitalism but "responsible" and "irresponsible" capitalism.