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The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.
Young people feel disconnected from politics and the policy that affects their lives. What can be do
Leaving a question mark over the future of the Freedom Pass will strike a blow to Labour’s electabil
On his “jobs mission” to India, the Prime Minister unashamedly promotes British interests and ignore
The five must-read blogs from today, including the Gandhis and shadow cabinet reform.
Labour will have to defy history to bounce back after one term in opposition.
BSkyB buys the HBO back catalogue, three Californians sue Apple over issues with the iPad, and Sky i
Invitation to Cable to address TUC conference is withdrawn.
Chris Addison essay | Jon Cruddas: time for an English Labour Party | Will Self on Stieg Larsson.
The Prime Minister’s comments in India simplify the issue and assume a level of cohesion in the Paki
Distrust lies at the heart of the west’s relationship with Afghanistan and Pakistan -- but this is n
Responding to an exposé of gay priests in the Vatican by an Italian magazine, the cardinal orders ho
The five must-read blogs from today, on electoral reform, gerrymandering and Manish Sood.
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A murder suspect is tracked down through Facebook, Channel 4 adds £50m to its editorial budget, and
Cable comes out swinging against Cameron’s cap.
UN weapons inspector makes clear that 2003 invasion took place despite lack of evidence and increase
The party should attempt to amend the coalition’s bill but must not drop its support for AV.
WikiLeaks founder offers insight into the release of the Afghanistan documents at a rare press confe
Latest Ipsos MORI poll puts Labour on 38 per cent, with Tories just ahead on 40 per cent.
The five must-read blogs from today, including shadow cabinet elections and Cameron’s India trip.
Musician is reportedly considering a bid to become leader of land of his birth and childhood.
Literacy standards have plateaued in recent years. Is it possible to raise them in a digital age?
The royal family launches a Flickr account, Harper’s magazine appoints a female editor and the WikiL
Tribalism starts to recede into the past as Labour consolidates its stance on the state.
The Prime Minister was right to describe Gaza as a “prison camp”. Can he now act as an honest broker
Poll shows Labour closing the gap on the Tories, while the public is lukewarm about the coalition so