Union membership will fall below one in five employees by 2030 unless current trends are reversed.
For all their lapses, the Labour leaders of the past had a firmer grasp of reality than their contemporary counterparts.
In the aftermath of Oborne's resignation, there are other questions to be asked about the newspaper industry.
Ukip voters care less about policy than supporters of any other party.
In light of Russia's seizure of Crimea and fighting in Ukraine, the Defence Secretary warns that the Baltics may be next.
The shock of losing to Miliband could awake the Conservatives from their dogmatic slumber.
Labour’s candidate for Carlisle on being a political outsider, why we need more working-class voices in politics, and how her background helps her campaign.
It’s only news if you’ve compared lone polls to all the others, compare it to that pollster’s past and know each firm’s outliers.
Shadow transport secretary toughens party's stance, vowing that "the public sector will be running sections of our rail network".
The shadow transport secretary on Labour's rail plans, why Nick Clegg must lose his seat, and his love of The Beatles, curry and karaoke.
Don't believe the hype about the rollout of universal credit and how the Tories are finally "making work pay" - Iain Duncan Smith has presided over perhaps the failure of this parliament.
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