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Wealth without responsibility will inevitably lead to a society that eats itself from within and tears itself apart.
As Labour's leadership contenders race to bury the Miliband project, they risk unearthing Neil Kinnock's defeat.
Labour will not return to power if it seeks to win only the votes of those who are angry at the condition of modern Britain.
Boundary changes, allowing expatriates to vote and changes to trade union funding will all hit the opposition.
Childcare is an sound investment: fund it now and we’ll see the benefits for years to come, in terms of rising levels of maternal employment with additional tax revenues, falling child poverty and improved child development outcomes. The rationale is simple; delivering the policy less so.
In December 1837, the Fife Herald noted that it had been sent a “model of Mr Grote’s balloting box, which has been exhibited at many public meetings”.
Labour’s abiding problem is that it doesn’t think it really belongs in office and must therefore apologise for occasions when it was.
Corruption in Fifa and the deaths of migrant workers mean we should think again about England's participation in the World Cup.
The choice for Labour's genuine left may be between walking out or fading away.
The political narrowness of the Out side and the prominence of the toxic Farage could doom its chances.