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Libya has fallen victim to poor planning and wooly thinking. But a document from the country's past could save its future.
The In-Out referendum isn't a foregone conclusion - and complacy could win it for No.
Plus: Ashcroft's marketing quandries and a Dennis Skinner raiding party.
The full text of Tim Farron's tribute to Charles Kennedy, the former Liberal Democrat leader, who died this week.
In Parliament, the SNP will face challenges and contradictions. Margaret Corvid talks to new MP Anne McLaughlin about how her party will handle them.
The arithmetical Everest facing the party means Miliband's successor may find it even harder to convince anyone they can become prime minister.
A late alternative option has emerged for Labour's next leader: the ardent socialist, Jeremy Corbyn.
You should never trust a round number in politics, and this one in particular looks fishy.
First published 21 December 1979.
The coalition minister who lost her Scottish seat at the election reflects on her party’s defeat.