By Richard Morris - 07 March 16:34
Everything right now is analysed through the prism of "what it means about the leadership".
By Pawel Swidlicki - 07 March 14:47
Beyond the bluster and rhetoric, there is a surprising degree of consensus on the reforms needed.
By Tom Mludzinski - 07 March 14:11
Farage gets to enter the political establishment, while Clegg has a chance to reconnect with those voters who warmed to him in 2010.
By George Eaton - 07 March 11:27
The party is pushed into last place by a candidate whose policies include the legalisation of brothels with a 30 per cent reduction for OAPs.
By Ed Wallis - 07 March 9:46
By focusing on prevention, prioritising relationships and driving down power to the lowest level possible, we can provide the support the most vulnerable in our society really need.
By George Eaton - 07 March 9:00
The level of austerity required varies hugely depending on how much growth is thought possible.
By Kevin Maguire - 06 March 17:43
While Sam Cam comandeers the disabled loo.
By Jon Cruddas - 06 March 16:49
We are developing a whole family approach to policy making that puts equality, relationships and mutual self-help at the centre of preventing social problems.
By Tim Finch - 06 March 15:50
The parties can't promise to reduce the number of newcomers. But they can do more to improve migrant integration and to reassure the public.
By George Eaton - 06 March 15:03
Miliband's northern fortresses are safe but Farage's party could prevent Labour winning southern and eastern marginals off the Tories in 2015.
By Rafael Behr - 06 March 13:34
Conservative MPs' anguish flows from their knowledge that Cameron is both the best candidate and not good enough to deliver outright victory.
By New Statesman - 06 March 12:03
The video of Alex Salmond's NS lecture “Scotland’s Future in Scotland’s Hands”, delivered in Westminster on 4 March 2014.
By Tom Devine - 06 March 11:39
Many voters were alienated by Blairite policies and Scottish MPs preference for Westminster.
By Mehdi Hasan - 06 March 10:44
Discussion of the gap between rich and poor has gone mainstream.
By Stephen Twigg - 06 March 10:35
The new system could have a huge effect in student-heavy marginals. Universities, councils and others must be aware of the dangers.
By Alan Taylor - 06 March 10:30
Recent goings-on in the Scottish capital.
By John Bew - 06 March 10:00
Meanwhile, you don't hear Alex Salmond celebrating Ireland’s “Celtic Tiger” much any more.
By George Eaton - 06 March 8:53
The Business Secretary tries to appeal to fiscal conservatives by highlighting that reduced EU migration will lead to "a much slower reduction in the public debt".
By George Eaton - 05 March 18:33
The union is prepared to reduce the shortfall but will expect policy concessions in return.
By Steven Akehurst - 05 March 17:24
Being beaten after just one term by a man deemed unelectable would open up space for those who understand the need to reinvent the party.
By Rafael Behr - 05 March 13:28
There isn’t much point expecting a more sophisticated account of Britain’s role in the world from the Prime Minister.
By George Eaton - 05 March 13:17
The Labour leader pressed Cameron on trade sanctions after a No. 10 document appeared to rule them out.
By Chuka Umunna - 05 March 11:06
"We are strongest when we understand our mutual dependence: that business and society - we need each other. That we rise and fall together."
By Alex Salmond - 05 March 10:33
"We would exert a powerful and positive influence through example – the beacon of progressive opinion."
By Frances Ryan - 05 March 9:42
What do they think happens when you cut off someone’s source of food, rent and heating for three months?
By George Eaton - 05 March 8:19
The First Minister says Scotland would not put itself "at a tax disadvantage with the rest of the UK" at New Statesman event.
By George Eaton - 04 March 17:03
The PM said during the first 2010 leaders' debate that the Lib Dem policy was too expensive.
By George Eaton - 04 March 14:43
The former PM, who has praised Miliband's party reforms, has had talks with Labour figures about giving money.
By Douglas Alexander - 04 March 12:12
"Let us reject a damaging divorce, and instead vote for the best of both worlds: More of the decisions that matter to Scots being taken here in Scotland, backed up by the strength, stability and security of the UK."
By George Eaton - 04 March 10:06
Danny Alexander and Lynne Featherstone are both vulnerable to Labour challenges.