The fall in value of the pound is having a negative impact on property prices.
Despite many supposed missteps, two types of poll last week showed Labour’s standing in England & Wales is still stronger than the Tories’.
The shadow chancellor vows to crack down on tax evasion, as the HSBC row rumbles on.
Labour leader fights to claim the territory of growth from the Conservatives in speech at Jaguar Land Rover.
Work and Pensions Secretary says "if we do go down that road we will announce that" on policy to limit payment to two children.
Finally, some culprit-blaming as the Ministry of Justice takes an important step forward with the “Be Aware B4 You Share” campaign.
As a new study by the Resolution Foundation shows, the difference between the two parties could be "relatively modest".
There should be more engagement from the Labour party in Britain's neglected rural and coastal areas.
In Parliament, deals are being cut everywhere. Some are gruesome, others merely farcical.
Sam Delaney’s Mad Men and Bad Men: What Happened when British Politics Met Advertising captures forty years of politics – through posters.
The opposition continues to wage its war on the misconduct of the wealthy, as it is to extend the bankers' bonus clawback to ten years.
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