The success of the next Labour government is dependent on the left learning to read something before developing an opinion on it.
We should shift spending over time from paying benefits to young people because they haven’t got skills and work - and instead investing in them so they do.
The party isn't planning to "scrap benefits for under-25s". It's planning to guarantee them work or training.
A source close to the Lib Dem president says he will vote against the government after party members "expressed their will very strongly against the Bedroom Tax".
The punitive penalty presents appalling dilemmas for vulnerable families. Ministers should finally accept that they have lost the argument.
The rebel Lib Dem says the policy is "Dickensian in its social divisiveness" and "victimises the most marginalised".
If the doctrine of ministerial responsibility means anything, the Work and Pensions Secretary should have resigned over the failure of Universal Credit long ago.
Outrage on Twitter directed at poster in the lobby of a Jobcentre in Manchester, but the policy isn't exactly new.
The new welfare system has been launched in just one new area, Hammersmith, rather than six as planned.
The cap is less a serious act of policy than a political weapon designed to trap Labour on the wrong side of the argument and to demonise the unemployed.