The government's plans are among the greatest threats to our freedoms, spreading intolerance in the name of tolerance.
The Ukip civil war continues.
The knives are out for Nigel Farage - and the biggest loser may be Ukip's great cause.
The Labour rout offers lessons for the party's future, as long as the party refocuses on the emerging "middle-middle" majority.
Since 2010, we have witnessed the abject failure of the left’s own institutions to put forward either a coherent narrative or strategy.
The Shadow Home Secretary and arguably the race's most heavyweight candidate has declared that she will stand in an article in the Mirror.
The risk is that the party starts by narrowing rather than broadening its appeal.
"Labour wins when it speaks for everyone".
Labour's next leader must hold onto and increase our middle class vote, reaching out to working class voters, and mobilise Labour identifiers who did not vote Labour.
Tristram Hunt was elected by just 19 per cent of his constituents.
A first look at this week's magazine.
A putative list of Labour's targets reveals the scale of the party's challenge.
Former shadow justice secretary and shadow London minister joins the race.
We now have a record 32 out LGBT MPs in the House, but all are white, only six are women and none are trans.
David Cameron's record on homelessness has been shambolic. Now, benefit cuts will make it worse.
Jon Trickett and Ian Lavery are the two leading contenders to represent the left in the contest.
The hunt for Harriet Harman's successor.
Michael Dugher MP, who served as vice-chair of the party in Ed Miliband's top team, on identity politics, emotion over intellect, and "fucking up" the Scottish referendum campaign.
Labour's official pollster has said that the party's private polling had the Tories ahead since before Christmas - but others are sceptical.
Licence to kill.
Chuka Umunna has launched his campaign for the Labour leadership with a video in Swindon, where the party was defeated by the Conservatives in both seats.
Ed cannot escape responsibility for his defeat but neither can the Labour Party as a whole.
If Labour reconciles with its past and leaves its comfort zone, it can win again.
Labour's polling position was worse than it looked in the public polls, reveals Labour's official pollster.
Acting leader tells first PLP meeting that party must "throw off any sense of loss or mourning".
Like Cain and Abel, but for social democrats.
Plus: the candidates for Labour leader.
Ukip me hangin' on.
A strange new world.