After Alistair Darling called for the new rail line to be scrapped, the former transport secretary and HS2 architect argues that it would be an "act of national self-mutilation" to do so.
Andrew Adonis's 5 Days in May offers new evidence of the party's disastrous economic misjudgement.
It wasn't ideology that led the Lib Dems to reject coalition with Labour, but the reds' near-complete lack of preparation.
While the coalition dithers on its growth strategy, the Labour peer has set out precisely the rebalancing the nation needs to recover from the crash.
The three parties are united behind a failed education consensus. We need a new system that promotes cooperation, not competition.
How Labour can erode the private-state divide.