A win for Uber's drivers should be rolled out to the wider self-employed workforce.
How might Labour and the Liberal Democrats reach common ground over the recent past? A Liberal Democrat explains how Labour might approach it.
Although a formal Labour/Lib Dem coalition may not be on the cards, Labour must take the Lib Dem manifesto seriously.
There is nothing "progressive" about "spending more on your debt interest repayments ever year than you do on housing," says the shadow business secretary.
A first look at our election special.
There are no hostages to fortune in the Liberal manifesto, but little to stir up the blood either.
Ukip is launching its manifesto today, but confusion remains over some of its policies.
I’ll admit it. I simply don’t “get” the Liberal Democrat campaign.
Our election site.
The Tories’ decision to break from their narrow and negative script was the right one. But to many their words will sound empty.
The party’s programme aims to reduce inequality through “big reform”, not “big spending”. The defining question is whether it would work.
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