This week in the media, from Castro and the student rebels, hysteria over football coaches, and Ed Balls’s ballroom exit.
The Coalition has fallen asleep at the wheel as far as clamping down on driver safety is concerned. A Labour government would do things differently.
8,000 children on free school meals make the top grades at primary school but just 900 will end up at Britain's top universities. That has to change.
In the event of a hung parliament, the former First Minister is likely to be the SNP MP to do the deals.
Chuka Umunna and Roberto Mangabeira Unger set out a five point plan to overcome the constraint low productivity imposes on national prosperity.
British democracy faces a challenge: change or die
The codebreaker, Alan Turing, received a posthumous royal pardon in December 2013. But now his relatives are campaigning for the pardon to be extended to all gay men convicted under gross indecency laws.
"Burning hatred for the Tory party".
The cast of Channel 4’s hit show talk politics.
75 per cent of Labour's parliamentary candidates oppose renewing Britain's nuclear deterrent - including some in the party's safest seats.
Gisela Stuart, Labour's MP for Birmingham Edgbaston has said that the party should not dismiss the possibility of doing a deal with the Tories, in the form of a "grand coalition".
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