Watch the Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, Glenda Jackson, make a speech in the Commons shredding the Work and Pensions Secretary to smithereens.
Labour is claiming today that 8 out of 10 new private sector jobs created since 2010 have been in London; the Tories say 3 out of 4 of them have been created outside the capital. Which is it?
The latest polling by Lord Ashcroft offers a snapshot of the wipe out facing Lib Dems in battleground seats against Labour.
Ed Miliband has accepted recommendations in a report by Andrew Adonis for invigorating business in English cities and fighting “chronic regional imbalances” in economic growth.
The Labour leader routed the PM in the Commons as he derided "a masterclass in how to alienate your allies".
A new prize, to be awarded biennially by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute and the New Statesman, for original and critical writing in political economy.
Given that only 23 per cent of MPs are women at present, the high number of female parliamentary candidates selected for party-incumbent seats is a small, but important triumph.
More than 46,000 signatures and counting.
The proposed plan could increase pressure for tax cuts and undermine the contributory principle.
Shadow chancellor commits Labour to retaining "the most competitive corporation tax rate in the G7".
The Labour leader will now need to go even further to meet demands for a "radical offer".
The 12 policies the party needs for a popular and a radical manifesto.
We need a European energy union capable of negotiating collectively over price and acting as a strategic sponsor.
Britain looks closer to the EU exit than ever - an outcome the PM never wanted.
David Cameron's bid to block the so-called arch-federalist from getting the job fails.
The shadow London minister has several key advantages over his rivals.
Burnham’s plan shows the party grappling with the kind of real world problems it would face in office.
The party needs the Tories to move ahead of Labour to encourage Scots to back independence.
A new poll reveals that race and immigration is now seen as a more significant challenge than the economy.
Problems for Tories, Glassholes and the First World War.
The party rejects women's minister Nicky Morgan's suggestion that "no option is off the table".
Former NOTW editor speaks out.
With the young most in favour of EU membership, euroscepticism faces death by demographics.
Now that Benedict Brogan has departed the Telegraph, Tim Wigmore – who used to help write his Morning Briefing email – remembers how it used to come together.
After the Chancellor boasted that inequality had fallen, welfare cuts mean it is rising again.
The calls for a Scottish republic will grow measurably louder following a Yes vote.
The Minister Without Portfolio took a swipe at the Prime Minister.
"It’s not about Andy, or Ed, or Yvette," Labour's policy review head tells the New Statesman.
A first look at this week’s magazine.