By George Eaton - 09 December 06:52
Work and Pensions Secretary says incapacity benefit story was "nothing to do with the department" and adds: "I've tried to get my colleagues at Central Office to check first".
By Nick Faith - 06 December 04:17
Littered throughout the speech were references to northern towns and how they will benefit from the coalition's policies.
By Ryan Shorthouse - 05 December 09:53
The Chancellor should use his Autumn Statement to reward families on modest incomes who have quietly endured squeezed living standards during austerity.
By George Eaton - 04 December 10:47
Andy Coulson warned the PM that the perception that the Tories frown upon single parents was "electoral halitosis".
By George Eaton - 04 December 08:54
New polling by Survation in Labour marginals Great Grimsby and Dudley North shows the party neck-and-neck with UKIP.
By George Eaton - 29 November 02:52
The top 1% of earners now pay 30% of all income tax because they're earning more. And the poorest still pay the largest overall share.
By Luciana Berger - 29 November 11:08
With excess winter deaths up by 29% and bills up by £300 since the election, it's time for the government to act.
By Richard Morris - 29 November 10:13
With the Tories his party's main electoral foe, Clegg is seeking to woo the One Nation voters alienated by the Conservatives' UKIP tendency.
By George Eaton - 29 November 08:58
Having spent months denouncing Miliband's energy price freeze as a "con", the Tories, spooked by the opposition's poll lead, are now trying to match it.
By Rafael Behr - 28 November 05:26
If the Chancellor starts doling out goodies he risks undercutting the Tory message of long-term discipline.