The public’s appetite for benefits cuts collapses when voters are offered a more accurate measure of “welfare”.
Average pay growth has been dragged down this year by important shifts in the workforce – but the underlying wage trend has turned marginally positive.
Doing well by doing good.
How is Labour reacting to its crisis of leadership this week?
Disadvantaged pupils are not put off by the rise in fees; demand for studying at university is now at a record high.
In an exclusive interview, the left-wing shadow cabinet minister discusses his new role as a senior adviser to Ed Miliband.
Talk of meltdown in the Labour party is dominating the news, but what is actually happening?
"Our job is to focus".
The former Chancellor is trying to turn science on its head to woo climate change "sceptics" from the Conservatives and Ukip.
The chief whip, Michael Gove, names and shames the Tory MPs who haven't yet visited Rochester and Strood to campaign against a Ukip win.
Powell is named vice chair of the election campaign with left-winger Trickett made a senior adviser.
During Living Wage Week, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Katie Schmuecker explores the impact of paying the Living Wage, and why more needs to be done to wipe out the poverty premium.
The academics behind a study that shows EU migrants make a net contribution to our economy on the positive impact of recent immigrants.
How did the Labour party lose support, and where have its votes gone?
Will Labour break the grip of the home ownership political orthodoxy?
The Labour public sector agenda should include excellent services and decent pay.
The Labour leader regards his party's commitment to membership as a political strength.
A first look at this week’s magazine.
The Tory-turned-Ukip defector talks by-election tactics, potential future defections, and how he'd prefer sitting with Ukip MPs in Westminster than Holocaust-deniers in the European Parliament.
A new UCL study shows that European migrants are not a drain on our resources, but what about the perception that Britain is an "El Dorado" for immigrants?
If Labour gets in, Lord Davies will lead a review into ethnic diversity in British business leadership, as he did for gender diversity.
Norman Baker's half-baked resignation.
Why the Chancellor's personal tax summaries are the wrong type of transparency.
The Mutual Defence Agreement is a US-UK nuclear deal that lays the foundation for replacing our Trident nuclear weapons system – it must be exposed and challenged.
A closer look at the controversial financial and cultural legacy of the Barnett Formula, following its creator's death this week.
The Dfid minister will replace Norman Baker at the Home Office.
We need to do something positive about the problems communities face, rather than dishonestly blaming immigrants for all our country’s challenges.
Today's Modern Slavery Bill is a vital opportunity to challenge exploitation of workers; slavery isn’t a thing of the past – it’s just less visible.