By George Eaton - 24 June 09:03
Having pledged to stick to Osborne's spending limits, more generous benefits for some will need to be paid for by cuts or tax rises elsewhere.
By Hopi Sen and An... - 21 June 04:39
The party should publish a series of potential fiscal rules for discussion and replace the VAT cut with a stimulus based on growth-raising capital investment.
By George Eaton - 21 June 02:59
Miliband says councils could be given the power to fine developers who fail to build on sites with planning permission, or to buy the land back.
By George Eaton - 20 June 03:13
The strategists, the fixers and the wonks.
By Rafael Behr - 19 June 11:28
With no end to austerity in sight, both parties take comfort in the thought that their opponents will choke on victory.
By Rafael Behr - 19 June 11:27
His early supporters thought the Labour leader had the courage and intellectual energy to remake British politics. So what happened to the optimism?
By James Bloodworth - 18 June 01:43
The one thing proven to improve the conditions and pay of workers across the board is trade unionism. Labour should do more to champion it.
By Rafael Behr - 17 June 02:07
Stephen Twigg's speech was neither a capitulation to Gove’s agenda nor a ferocious reaction against it.
By Marcus Hobley - 17 June 09:26
"It does feel as if I have been going around attending various versions of my own funeral". Some highlights from a recent evening with the former foreign secretary at the Danish embassy.
By Emma Reynolds - 14 June 10:39
Withdrawal from the European arrest warrant would turn the UK into a haven for foreign criminals.