Sheremet was blown up as he drove to host a morning radio programme
Ed Miliband's transformation from punchline into rockstar Prime Minister is almost complete.
This latest horror is neither isolated nor unexpected. We can't sit by and leave people to drown.
On drug policy, mindless tub-thumping trumps trumps what actually works.
The PM suggested that a Labour government reliant on nationalist support would be forced to cancel infrastructure projects outside of Scotland.
The Conservatives want welfare reform to be a success story. But the real picture is more mixed.
After the nationalists' pledge to oppose the Tories, Miliband could simply invite them to support a left-wing Queen's Speech.
400 people drowned this week in the Mediterranean. Here's what can be done about it.
The launch of Labour's groundbreaking young people manifesto today is further evidence of Ed Miliband's determination to put the future of the younger generation at the heart of this election campaign.
The shadow minister for care and older people on the future of old age in Britain, parents versus the state, and what she's most excited about.
Party promises to force companies to pay workers at least the minimum wage after they have served four weeks.
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