The desire to slash "employment red tape" is not supported by evidence.
A first look at week's magazine.
For five years, the Tories have claimed their policies are in the national interest. Faced with a real alternative, they're crumbling.
Reducing payments to low and middle income workers is no way out of the tax credits mess.
The debate over Northern Ireland's constitution can be a dramatic political issue. But with the Republic and Northern Ireland both facing financial problems, the solution may have to be a pragmatic one.
The Prime Minister laid out four measures to control migration – and suggested further reforms are needed.
It is women who will bear the brunt of the Conservatives' assault on trades unions.
The paper’s sickening “gotcha” headline about Remembrance Day just underlines how much they fear the Labour leader.
The more contact the public can have with the legislative process, the better. It’s time we started using the internet for better dialogue.
The Chancellor's move increases pressure on those ministers yet to reach spending settlements.
Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham writes to Theresa May criticising absence of judicial authorisation for intercept warrants.
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