Labour's refusal to even consider a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union is a betrayal of its history and an embarrasment to its radical tradition.
The grand high Lord of polling will stop being a peer with immediate effect.
Ed Balls believes a tough message is essential but Chuka Umunna and Sadiq Khan are warier.
The new party of the left, Left Unity, launched its manifesto at a squat in Soho with a speech by Ken Loach condemning the main parties.
The spotlight is on local and national government after recent scandals - but the private sector must change its practices and be more aware to eradicate child abuse.
Who, what, where, when?
Labour's policies deserves a better relationship with business that it has. But its aggressive rhetoric has done it unnecessary harm.
Labour's best hope of turning the SNP tide is to focus on the Conservatives.
The personalisation of our modern struggle belies the revolutionary fervour envisaged by past socialist thinkers.
Martin Harris, former head of the Office of Fair Access and a Labour supporter, attacks the party's fees policy.
The digital revolution presents an opportunity for the left.
Not everyone is unhappy about Labour's anti-immigration mugs. Ukip are very, very happy.
Martin Freeman, the star of The Hobbit and Sherlock, endorses Labour in the party's first party political broadcast.
The Labour leader fears that being explicit would reinforce his party's profligate reputation.
The Business Secretary and veteran of the Lib Dem left is on manoeuvres.
John Gray on Ed Miliband.
The Trans Manifesto, launched today by the LGBT Consortium, aims to draw attention to the areas where trans individuals face inequality.
Sinn Féin look likely to be in power in Northern Ireland and the Republic. How did it happen?
There has been almost no talk recently of a Lib/Lab pact following a hung parliament. It's time to start the conversation.
Former Labour leadership challenger says bloc of 30-40 left-wing MPs would force party to end austerity if it won.
The regions of England and Wales should take a leaf out of the SNP's book.
An essay by Simon Wren-Lewis, Professor of Economic Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University and a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford University, which appears in the latest collection from the Resolution Foundation.
The first post-debate poll has good news for Labour. But don't get too excited.
The distinctive dancer and 2005 Celebrity Big Brother winner has joined the battle to become MP for Salford & Eccles. Does he have what it takes to become an MP?
The party is under fire for its latest round of mugs. But the problem is bigger than a bargain-basement bit of crockery.
Attitudes north of the border are almost identical to attitudes in the rest of the UK
5 things we learned from the Prime Minister's sit-down with the Times
The coalition government have no plan for Britain's railways - the only way to change their future is to change the government.
Women! British politics needs us.
There could be more ethnic minority MPs from the Conservatives than Labour