The veteran Labour activist on the release of his new pamphlet, How to Select or Reselect Your MP, which lays out the current Labour party rules for reselecting an MP.
If no one wins on 7 May and Britain returns a hung parliament, could there be a snap second election? Here’s why it’s unlikely.
The importance of red lines, the children are the future, and whatever happened to foreign policy?
The opposition seek to stop the PM surviving if it becomes clear he could not command the confidence of the Commons.
The Nicola Sturgeon to Nigel Farage's Alex Salmond?
If the present coalition is re-elected, students will pay the price.
After the opposition warned of an increase in fees from £9,000 to £11,500, the Deputy PM remained mute.
It’s never easy to confess to a crime that you don’t think you’ve committed. And perhaps, in the end, it’s not really that sensible either.
It's endorsement season! Who's backing who?
The PM raised his game and delivered a more engaged performance as the deficit returned to haunt Miliband.
The Labour peer talks London, inequality, and why the SNP's hand is weaker than it looks
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