Charles Kennedy, Sarah Teather and seven others vote against bill capping benefit increases at 1 per cent for each of the next three years.
It all depends on how you assume those who say "don't know" will vote when the election actually happens.
The coalition hasn’t resolved the role the welfare system should play in supporting families with children. The impasse on childcare policy reflects this.
It’s easy to claim richer students are more confident because of their superior education, but it may be more accurate to say they’re more confident because they’re rich.
Spending £30-100bn on a new nuclear weapons system should be unthinkable when frontline forces are enduring dramatic cuts.
The shadow foreign secretary says that only Labour can "give voice to the national interest" in an address at Chatham House.
The Conservatives' net migration target is wrong but the centre-left cannot ignore the question of numbers.
Labour leader says he would not reverse measure previously denounced by his party as a "dog's breakfast" and a "political gesture".
Miliband's new theme of “one nation” has one job – to give him an excuse not to make decisions.
The tension is between the need to defend Labour’s legacy of public service investment and the impulse to imagine different methods of change.