By George Eaton - 31 May 09:12
Throwing rhetorical jibes at the Labour leader is a crude displacement activity that will do little to aid the Tories' cause.
By George Eaton - 30 May 06:41
In 1979, the Tories won despite Jim Callaghan's lead over Margaret Thatcher. Cameron's lead over Miliband isn't enough to guarantee Tory success.
By Sonia Sodha - 30 May 02:14
If Labour is to build truly excellent public services, it must re-embrace managerialism and performance data.
By Rafael Behr - 30 May 07:00
The idea of tabling an amendment to the Tory bill demanding a referendum before the next election is gaining currency in Labour ranks.
By Dan Holden - 29 May 11:24
By promoting balanced growth and increasing employment, small businesses exemplify the investment economy Labour wishes to build.
By Mark Thompson - 22 May 04:58
It wasn't ideology that led the Lib Dems to reject coalition with Labour, but the reds' near-complete lack of preparation.
By George Eaton - 22 May 01:29
Praising Tony Blair and criticising Ralph Miliband, the Labour leader said the choice was not between socialism and capitalism but "responsible" and "irresponsible" capitalism.
By George Eaton - 21 May 12:56
After gaining 2,000 members this month, UKIP now has 27,517 and expects to pass the 30,000 mark once the backlog is cleared.
By George Eaton - 20 May 11:21
Ed Miliband advised Labour MPs to vote against the amendment, rather than abstain, after Tory whips warned they could be defeated.
By Stephen Twigg - 20 May 04:03
Instead of playing to the gallery, the Education Secretary needs to learn from what works.