Saving Labour's numbers are plausible - but they feel unlikely.
A first look at this week's magazine.
It's bad news for Labour, as three separate pollsters show a split in left-wing voting intentions.
Aided by a run of good news, the PM turned every question to his advantage.
How the Labour party is moving in the right direction by trying to rebuild relations with our European allies.
The fundamental labour market problems behind the latest fall in unemployment.
The way the UK media reported the immigration debate has shifted over time and is becoming increasingly “dehumanised”.
The shadow universities minister Liam Byrne is travelling around estuary England this week in his party’s bid to make a manifesto for young people.
The inquiry into the Iraq war has reportedly been delayed until after May, in yet another set-back.
The Greens' surge in membership gives them credibility - but it's not all good news for the party
The UK’s foreign-born unemployment rate is comparatively low, and its unemployment rate is one of Europe’s lowest.
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