"While negotiations were going on, I do believe it was a mistake for strikes to happen. I continue t
The party questions Cameron's claim that he never saw a restaurant smashed up.
Labour analysis of David Cameron's shift right may read well, but does it hold much weight?
As in the case of phone-hacking, the Labour leader is calling the shots.
The Labour Leader, Ed Miliband, has called on all politicians to condemn the popular historian's con
Cameron echoes Miliband and links the riots to the banking crash, expenses and phone hacking.
"Too often we have sent a message from the top to the bottom of Britain's society that says: anythin
Unlike the PM, Miliband recognises the role inequality played in causing the riots.
Labour is in a strong position so long as it avoids mixed messages and leaves the cuts unmentioned.
A greener and cheaper approach would have significant appeal.