The fall in value of the pound is having a negative impact on property prices.
Allowing members of members of affiliated unions to become Affiliated Supporters will give them the chance to shape the party's future.
Programmes where US and UK security services intercepted and shared private data were unlawful, tribunal declares.
The lessons in communication and research political parties can learn from how Ed Miliband's energy price freeze announcement played out.
Scottish Labour needs to work out what kind of Scotland it wants to champion and bring about.
People are criticising the shadow education secretary for being contemptuous of nuns, but what really happened?
The UK has perfectly decent race discrimination laws – but in an area as complex as housing, the government must double down on efforts to enforce this legislation.
As the UK's first trial for female genital mutilation ends this week, we must remember that education is key to ending the practice.
A respected health policy think tank, the King's Fund, has blasted the government's restructuring of the health service.
Minds are turning to the leadership contest to come, with Tim Farron regarded as unassailable.
The government wants to introduce legislation that would force a new statutory duty on universities and colleges to, "have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism".
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