First the Human Rights Act, now Dfid. What's next, asks Jon Ashworth.
The road to ending poverty is long – longer today, alas, than five years ago.
You can't make people healthier without making them richer.
Ahead of the final televised setpiece event, Labour release a new video attacking the Coalition's record.
Many on the Left see the SNP as a progressive partner - the reality is very different.
The Labour peer talks London, inequality, and why the SNP's hand is weaker than it looks
Averaged together, the polls still point to a Labour victory - but the picture is more complex.
Labour will get the disabled vote if only to keep the Tories out. However, the crux of disabled living issues is that currently, disability inherently means poverty. I want to see plans for a country where I can earn like my my non-disabled peers, own my own home like my non-disabled peers - have a life, a family, a future like my non-disabled peers. This election, this vision of equality seems too much to ask.
"You gotta answer it, mate."
On the 20th anniversary of the passing of the new Clause Four, we republish our leader from that fateful week.
A first look at the new magazine.
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