My week, including a Lib Dem membership rise, The Avalanches, and why I'm putting pressure on Theresa May over child refugees.
The markets are clear: the SNP surge is over-hyped, Ukip will win few seats and a hung parliament is extremely likely.
Which pieces of new legislation did you miss last year?
Ed Miliband's party is repeating the divisive mistakes in the history of Labour's internal debates over the NHS.
Launching Labour’s election campaign, Ed Miliband will call on his party to hold four million doorstep conversations on the way to May.
The PM is giving the false impression that most of the pain lies in the past.
George Osborne and his ministers once mocked the opposition for the goal they now boast of achieving.
The shadow chancellor remembers that it was fear of "Tory cuts" that handed Labour victory in 2001 and 2005, and denied the Conservatives a majority in 2010.
By accepting vast inequalities of wealth, the political class has acquiesced in the continual erosion of opportunity.
The Lib Dems are desperate to win anti-Tory tactical votes in seats such as Laws's.
Does a "bloodbath" really await Labour, as a new poll gives SNP 43 per cent of the vote share next May, with Scottish Labour's share tumbling to 26 per cent?
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