The independence debate is breathing new life into Scottish socialism.
Policy Exchange director will focus on developing the Conservatives' next manifesto.
The cuts to foreign student numbers come at a significant economic cost to the UK.
Labour secured comfortable victories in yesterday's three by-elections, while the Lib Dems finished eighth in Rotherham.
Cameron is left as the only one of the three main party leaders opposed to statutory underpinning of the new system.
Prime Minister says he has "serious concerns and misgivings" over writing the new press regulatory system into law.
Why journalists are wrong to panic.
Reducing net migration by cutting foreign student numbers is an act of economic masochism.
Labour must look beyond the politics of more and recognise that the good life cannot be bought off a shelf.
Your timetable for today.
Miliband called for a cap of 20-30 per cent on newspaper market share when he appeared before the inquiry.
New data shows that the spending cuts are deepest in areas with the highest claimant count per vacancy.
The Labour leader exposed the coalition's failure on the Work Programme.
Demos's new research shows that poverty can be both an economic and social phenomenon.
The party still expects to win but is increasingly nervous about the UKIP threat.
The new Bank of England governor shouldn't be given so much credit for Canada's economic success.
We need a new platform-neutral regulator that no longer treats newspapers, broadcasters and websites as if they live in discrete little boxes.
Just 3.5 per cent of the 878,000 jobseekers referred to the programme have found work for six months or more.
New figures show that 8,000 millionaires will gain an average of £107,500 from the abolition of the top tax rate.
Forty five per cent of Tory voters say they are less likely to vote for her, but here's why she's likely to hang on.
Sarah Teather dodged a vote the first time round, now she has sided with Labour.
Higher taxes on the rich will not protect the poorest if spending is slashed.
The inquiry's report into the "culture, practices and ethics" of the press will be released at 1:30pm on 29 November.
13 charities, including Shelter, Barnardo’s and the Teenage Cancer Trust, warn that the move will "take away a vital safety net".
Nadine Dorries on being voted out of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here.
Israeli spokesman Mark Regev tells the NS that "a nuclear-armed Iran is something we will not accept".
MPs believe they are fighting a defensive action from a position of weakness.
The PM demolished Miliband as he declared that the Labour leader had "impersonated more politicians than Rory Bremner".
Proportionality is not the same thing as symmetry. Israel must counter the developing threat from Hamas.