The shadow foreign secretary calls for a national convention - "Scotland 2025" - "to chart a new vision for an old nation".
Counting in the by-election continues as the Lib Dems say they have held the seat and predict that UKIP has beaten the Tories.
If the Chancellor wriggles free again, Balls’s detractors inside Labour will be howling for blood.
Ahead of the abolition of the 50p tax rate on 6 April, Labour looks again to paint the Tories as the party of the rich.
The loyalty of the trade unions to Labour, the rebirth of street politics and, in Scotland and Wales, Plaid Cymru and the SNP help explain why the party faces no effective challenge from the left.
If the party wants to attack Osborne on this territory, it needs to explain why and how it would borrow for growth.
No, but it’s struggling to catch up with the challenge of 2015.
Sixty per cent of workers agree that the minimum wage should be raised to the level of the living wage.
Anthony Seldon's New Statesman column provokes debate.
The Labour leader's commitment to "fairer", rather than "higher" taxes, suggests the party will not seek to significantly increase the overall tax burden.