If the takeover of the party by the far-left succeeds there will be no opportunity to rescue it from the wilder shores of socialism, says the former deputy leader.
Would the Lib Dems manage to keep Nick Clegg as leader during coalition negotiations with Labour?
How British newspapers have responded to the attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on their front pages.
The Conservatives' fixation with their past triumph is a mark of their present weakness.
Jeremy Hunt and David Cameron both brushed off Labour's concerns over the A&E crisis as political hot air today – they do so at their own peril.
In the last four years, 40 per cent of new jobs have been in self-employment. This is more likely to be a permanent shift than a temporary phenomenon.
Shadow justice secretary departs from Labour stance by saying broadcasters should invite the party.
Ed Miliband's worst nightmare.
The Health Secretary responded to an Urgent Question from the shadow health secretary about the number of major incidents declared at A&E units.
The Prime Minister was left to resort to accusing the Labour leader of playing politics.
A look at the anti-"islamisation" rallies of the rightwing group Pegida taking place in Germany.
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