Union membership will fall below one in five employees by 2030 unless current trends are reversed.
John Woodcock, MP for Barrow and Furness who chairs the Blairite faction, was accused by the wobbly one’s praetorian guard of stirring the pot.
The Labour leader made a speech to party activists and journalists today in an attempt to draw a line under his party’s crisis. What did he tell us?
Many voters the main parties have lost to Ukip are now gone for good.
Nicola Sturgeon is a working-class woman in a profession dominated by middle-class men. The incoming SNP leader wants to lead Scotland into a new social-democratic era
To pretend that racism doesn’t play a role in generating hostility towards, and anxiety over, immigration is naive, if not disingenuous.
The book reads as if it was dictated, not written. All the way through we hear Boris’s voice; it’s like being cornered in the Drones Club and harangued for hours by Bertie Wooster.
This morning, the Labour leader will deliver a speech to "relaunch" his leadership after a precarious few weeks. What does he need to do?
Ed Miliband’s big conundrum.
Ukip voters are lashing out, Miliband has no conviction, Cameron has only done one thing well… May2015 talks to the Green Party leader.
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