There is no path to victory for Labour through the thickets of anti-immigrant politics and I am confident that Ed Miliband knows this.
With the return of Lib Dem defectors and the Tories haemorrhaging support to UKIP, Ed Miliband is looking increasingly like the Prime Minister-designate.
Just 7 per cent of foreign born nationals claim working age benefits, compared to 17 per cent of UK nationals.
Justice Secretary accuses the chair of the Public Accounts Committee of "political grandstanding" after her committee described the performance of the Work Programme as "extremely poor".
Despite the Conservatives' hopes, withdrawal from the Strasbourg court is unlikely to make it easier to send foreign criminals back to their home states.
Former chief whip says there's a "very important job" to be done and confirms that he has met with David Cameron.
Conservatives set to announce plans to leave the European Convention on Human Rights and restrict access to the NHS for immigrants.
It will terrify Cameron that even after making so many concessions to the right, the Tories were still beaten by UKIP.
The Defence Secretary's intervention puts pressure on Clegg's party to keep its pledge to prevent further welfare cuts in this summer's Spending Review.
If Cameron wants to show global leadership on aid, he needs to start by showing leadership in his own Parliament and seeing off the Tory opposition.