By Rafael Behr - 22 January 10:51
Everyone in Westminster knows that the nation’s creaking infrastructure needs an upgrade but Cameron’s “global race” and Miliband’s “new economy” must be depicted as ideological antitheses.
By George Eaton - 22 January 03:03
Former transport secretary says that the "chronic incompetence" of the government means "there’s a very good chance that the contract won’t be let by the election".
By Douglas Alexand... - 21 January 07:21
At Geneva this week, the government should push for the establishment of a Syria Contact Group involving both Saudi Arabia and Iran.
By Alison Garnham - 21 January 04:32
Labour is right to look to boost wages and housing, but international evidence shows that pre-distribution can never be the whole answer.
By George Eaton - 21 January 03:49
If the party does borrow for investment after 2015, it will be childcare, jobs and housing that benefit.
By Hilary Benn - 21 January 02:31
Faced with austerity and a crisis of public confidence, we need to get money out of Whitehall and down to communities where it can be used to best effect.
By Tom Belger - 20 January 04:05
Miliband must address deeper public grievances if banking, benefits and other reforms Labour announces this month are to even get a hearing.
By New Statesman - 20 January 11:06
“We are the party born of the self-respect and solidarity of working communities.”
By Graeme Cooke - 20 January 09:08
The party needs a "social investment" strategy to reduce the subsidisation of private landlords, low-paying employers and long-term worklessness.
By George Eaton - 20 January 07:44
By seeking to ensure that all jobseekers acquire English and maths skills, the party is tackling one of the long-term causes of unemployment and of low pay.