New plans for devolution to Manchester are fantastic news, argues Luke Raikes
The Conservatives' failure to meet their pledge to reduce net migration to "tens of thousands" is one of the best things to have happened to the economy.
Glasgow's budget cuts are due to the austerity agenda of the Conservatives, not the Sturgeon administration, an SNP councillor says.
The socialist firebrand and RMT president is running for the Greens in Redcar. Why?
The number of zero-hours contracts is growing, and it may be that they are a permanent fixture
The Chancellor's politically-motivated project undermines the goal of the national integration of health and social care.
At present only one in two disabled people work. It is hoped that the Bill put forward today will prompt businesses to change their approach to disabled job applicants.
The Prime Minister was left looking as inert as Gordon Brown following the expenses scandal.
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Poverty and inequality will rise to unacceptable levels without government action, argues Andrew Harrop
How to get the best bang for your buck out of MPs? Julia Hartley-Brewer has a radical proposal
Zero-hours contracts have become the "norm" in many workplaces, but how can we avoid taking advantage of workers in the quest for flexibility?
Eradicating child poverty is the Left's 21st century mission, argues Alison McGovern
David Tredinnick, the Conservative MP for Bosworth, is under fire after suggesting Astrology should be paid for on the NHS. But at least he's honest in his intentions
Forget surging. Mere survival may be beyond the Greens in Brighton.
Can Darren Hall take the Greens from obscurity to first place in Bristol? We visit a seat that is turning into a three-way marginal between the Liberals, Labour, and the Greens.
Progressive alliances, no joint tickets, and ruling out working with Tories: the Greens clarify how they would work with Labour.
Fifteen years after Kid A, Max Harris looks back on a record that serves as a searing critique of the New Labour years
The ex-foreign secretary has also resigned as chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee.
Labour think that Natalie Bennett's poor TV performances will hand them victory. Funnily enough, that's what the Conservatives think about them.
The proposed figure of £6.70 fails to meet the Chancellor's aim of restoring the minimum wage to its pre-recession value.
June 17, 1983: Christopher Price, a defeated Labour MP, reflects on the party's landslide defeat.
The SNP is disproportionately targeting Labour-run local authorities, a local councillor claims.
A Greek schoolteacher describes the response in Greece to Syriza's victory, and warns the European left to look closer at the triumphant party's "peculiar socialism".
Backbench anti-EU MPs like David Nuttall could hold the balance of power in the next Parliament.
Senior MPs secretly filmed by journalists deny that they have broken the rules in a "cash for access" sting.
The broadcasters have announced their plans for the television debates, after an FA Cup style draw.
Cameron's promise creates a new dividing line with Labour and the Lib Dems, who would means-test some payments.
The Conservatives' negative approach reveals a party bereft of ideas or empathy for working families.
The political outsider running to be a mayoral candidate discusses his MP opponents, Margaret Hodge's "political malice", and why it's "really patronising" to call for a non-white mayor.