Members didn't vote for him on electoral grounds and believe his opponents would fare no better.
As Labour confronts the deficit problem today, the shadow chancellor warns his shadow cabinet colleagues that they will make cuts every year.
Clegg and others would rather continue to do business with the Tories than with a Labour Party regarded as irredeemably tribal.
Labour leader attacks the Conservatives' plan for "a dramatic shrinking of the state and public services" to 1930s levels.
The media entrepreneur Jamal Edwards on politics, his past, and why young people should make sure they register to vote – even if it's to spoil their ballot papers.
The Mayor has finally woken up to the scale of the capital’s air pollution crisis, six years late.
A combination of Harriet Harman’s tricky questioning and Tory MPs’ enthusiasm destroyed the Lib Dem leader’s recent attempts to distance himself from his coalition partners.
Why is the Labour party struggling to benefit from the unpopularity of the coalition government?
With a harassment scandal rumbling on, and its leader's breastfeeding comments, it's been a bad week for Ukip. But it's not the only party failing women.
"Fragmenting and privatising".
The Prime Minister comments on the shocking report published by Democrat senators on CIA torture techniques.
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