The Chancellor ripped up his predecessor's plans and has no plan to replace them. What's going on?
The loss of jobs will hit Wales hard - but the government can do more.
Britain’s steelworks are cutting jobs and folding under pressure from a flood of cheap Chinese imports and high energy costs.
This is an assault on aspiration, an assault on opportunity, and an assault on those who want to get on in life.
Frank Field's new report shows how the benefits of a programme hailed as revolutionary will be almost non-existent.
Iain Duncan Smith wants sick and disabled people like me to work ourselves better. It’s an unusual approach to modern medicine, but if you can get homeopathy on the NHS, why not P60s too?
Now, instead of being prevented from learning English by your family, you can instead be stopped by George Osborne.
Labour cannot leave the question of reforming the EU to the right.
Avoiding any mention of Syria or Trident, the Labour leader's speech to the Fabians focused on his domestic agenda.
There's a bigger story than just pay and conditions, warns Benedict Cooper.
In a world too easily divided into angels and demons, Professor Snape (as played in the films by Alan Rickman) makes the case for moral ambiguity.
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