The fundamental labour market problems behind the latest fall in unemployment.
What is the quality of work across the UK? In most constituencies the average job is quite similar, but at either end daily life is very different.
Unemployment fell at its fastest rate since 1997 to 7.1% but average earnings rose by just 0.9% - 1.1% below inflation.
Regular pay rose by just 0.8% in the most recent quarter, the lowest figure on record, and a real-terms cut of 1.4%.
The coalition has failed to help would-be entrepreneurs innovate their way into work. Labour will show that we can do better.
Putting social relationships, rather than the impersonal state, at the heart of the welfare system offers a route out of the negative debate about ‘scroungers’.
Labour is learning from countries where local services are trusted to match job seekers with vacancies.
A year on from its launch, the Youth Contract looks feeble in comparison to the problem it is trying to solve. It's time for a jobs guarantee.
Ministers seem genuinely to believe that fear and stress are the keys to lifting people out of poverty.
While long-term unemployment has soared, referrals to the Work Programme have halved.