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The five must-read blogs from today, on Lord Ashcroft, Sure Start and Lib Dem tax proposals.
To defend the new settlement plans along partisan lines is an affront to international justice.
The Tory shadow foreign secretary is unfit for office.
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The ten must-read pieces from this morning's papers.
His 2006 blast over "Budgets raided to solve financial deficits".
The five must-read blogs from today, on climate change, abortions and health care.
Anthony Barnett argues that the left has a duty to kick out New Labour.
Cameron's Conservatives are losing ground in the north and 17 points behind in Scotland.
Lib Dem leader's promise not to ring-fence departmental budgets will split the Tories.
The five must-read blogs from today on Unite, Ken Clarke and the Vatican.
The Conservative claim that Unite has taken over the Labour Party is absurd.
Thailand's red-shirt demonstrators are entering their third day of protests. Here are photographs fr
David Prescott makes new push to follow his father to Westminster.
The five must-read blogs from today, on another Tory selection disaster, Brown's future and the Sun.
Netanyahu is "zigzagging like a drunken driver".
Consciously deciding to use more favourable statistics, as Baroness Stern suggests, would mask the p
Novelist accused of Islamophobia says the religion could have saved his sister.
Times follows NS story on Labour strategy meeting . . . complete with HobNob references.
The new dispute between Balls and Mandelson and why it matters for Labour's future.
The ten must-read pieces from the Sunday papers.
The five must-read posts from today, on Lord Ashcroft, motherhood and a Tory shoot 'em up game.
We need a scientific government for a scientific age.
When it comes to politics, newspapers and television still trump the net.
Lib Dems steal from Labour and the Tories and end up with a muddle.
Carbon traders do not easily secure sympathy. Yet their role is vital.
Latest YouGov poll suggests Labour could remain the largest party.