A first look at this week’s magazine.
A combination of Harriet Harman’s tricky questioning and Tory MPs’ enthusiasm destroyed the Lib Dem leader’s recent attempts to distance himself from his coalition partners.
Why is the Labour party struggling to benefit from the unpopularity of the coalition government?
With a harassment scandal rumbling on, and its leader's breastfeeding comments, it's been a bad week for Ukip. But it's not the only party failing women.
"Fragmenting and privatising".
The Prime Minister comments on the shocking report published by Democrat senators on CIA torture techniques.
We re-run yesterday’s unremarkable debate between Ed Miliband and young people.
Labour could find itself in office come May, but without the power to act. Social democrats everywhere need to understand the crisis they are in and how much they need to change.
The voice of British business matters.
Ukip's migration spokesman Steven Woolfe on racism, "old Ukip and new Ukip", taking on Labour, and renationalising the railways.
To outsource or not to outsource?
How the story of Ed Miliband’s leadership can still have a happy ending.
The two-against-one dynamic harms the Tories while exposing Clegg's party to the charge of hypocrisy.
Homelessness charities will soon present evidence to the Supreme Court in a landmark case – a once-in-a-generation opportunity to challenge the way the law is used to turn people away to live on the streets.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger and Food Poverty have published a new report into food banks, and how best to feed impoverished Britain.
The story of the Lord Chancellor and the indeterminate sentence for the protection of the public.
After the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor criticised the BBC for making "hyperbolic" comparisons with George Orwell's 1937 exploration of poverty.
Labour’s amendments to the Infrastructure Bill would overhaul the existing framework and give us a regulatory regime that is fit for purpose.
The Labour party's attack on fee-paying schools is simplistic and harmful.
A new report into hunger, supported by Justin Welby, blames benefit payment delays for increased use of food banks.
Conservative and Lib Dem ministers are exacerbating the coalition rift emerging from the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
Having concededed that a Labour government is superior to a Conservative one, the SNP will need to explain why it is working to prevent one.
The former first minister is expected to announce that he will stand for the Gordon seat held by retiring Lib Dem MP Sir Malcolm Bruce.
As the Green Party goes from strength to strength, the middle-class green lifestyle is vulnerable to Labour's appeal to poorer households.
As Christmas approaches, it is extremely welcome news that families may once again be able to send books as gifts to their loved ones this year.
Despite its worsening poll ratings, the party remains confident of holding most of its 56 seats.
The evolution of our politics into a multi-party system would make traditional party manifestos redundant.
It's the most wonderful time of year, when we can compare and contrast our politicians' families and spouses via their personalised Christmas cards.
What's the story behind the two words the Prime Minister hopes you'll forget?
Building flats as “buy-to-leave” investments is one of the grimmest expressions of how new housing built in London can become a prized asset over a place to live.