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The co-founder of openDemocracy argues that "this is a constitutional moment" - on the 800th birthday of Magna Carta, there is appetite across the political spectrum for a new consitution and democratic settlement. Labour's leader should not be afraid of offering one.
In painting and parliament, the best frames make themselves invisible.
The government in Budapest wants to bring in a tax on internet file transfers - and the public sees it as a tax on free speech.
Figures released today show that charges brought in by the coalition have caused a severe drop in the number of workers bringing tribunal cases against their employers, leading to accusations that justice is now available only to those who can afford it.
Which songs should make our forthcoming list?
Yet another type-first-think-later gaffe from the former MP for Corby.
The coalition has struggled to implement its Work Programme. Labour needs to ensure its latest ideas don't go awry if they make it into government.
Ed Miliband benefits when leftwing voters desert Nick Clegg but he suffers when moderate positions on Europe and immigration are shunted to the margins.
The International Space Station, and the US, rely on Russian space technology - a reliance that Russia is now using as geopolitical leverage.