Labour leader says Hobsbawm was an "extraordinary historian" and "a great friend of my family".
Ed Balls's invocation of 1945 and the slogan "rebuilding Britain" exemplify Labour's new patriotism.
Shadow chancellor says Labour must "recapture the spirit" of 1945.
Tory donor denounces anti-Labour poster as a "silly stunt".
The party must set out a handful of big, signature proposals that exemplify how and why it would govern.
The shadow chancellor must answer the question, "what made you want to do this in the first place?"
As in Wales, a renewed sense of national pride is necessary to rebuild our politics and our economy.
The Lib Dems' sister parties have long-standing alliances with the right.
The Labour leader must show, not just tell, people who he is.
Labour leader's phone taken away by aides and replaced by one with a new number.
The shadow chancellor's pledge to justify "every penny" makes political and economic sense.
Obama's press secretary on the first presidential debate.
Labour policy review head says the party can learn from Cameron's "pro-social politics".
The next 12 months will show if the electorate is willing to give the Lib Dem leader a hearing.
After the raging days of resistance, the left has become quiet, resigned and accepting.
If it's safety first and safety last, then the party is doomed to disappoint.
Patient care is set to worsen next year, warn NHS finance directors.
Prime Minister left red-faced after he fails to give the English for Magna Carta.
The Lib Dem leader offered little to reassure his anxious party.
Labour needs to take the London mayor "seriously", says the shadow foreign secretary.
Unlike their leader, most Lib Dem supporters continue to think of themselves as on the left.
Police were right to threaten the Chief Whip with arrest for swearing, says the Mayor of London.
The man "more right-wing" than George Osborne received a muted response from Lib Dem delegates.
Lib Dem ministers are in danger of looking like helpless passengers in a right-wing government.
Despite once declaring that "too many twits make a twat", the PM will reportedly be joining the site.
If the Chief Whip survives, so will the stench his behaviour left.
New polling analysis shows that Lib Dem supporters continue to lean to the left.
Richard Reeves's classical liberalism is the wrong philosophy and the wrong strategy.