By Rushanara Ali - 19 December 18:14
The shadow London minister's book sets out the policies required to prevent the capital becoming an ever-more divided city.
By Arthur Downing - 19 December 15:49
Ministers have pledged to fund policies like the extension of free school meals and the freeze in fuel duty through extra revenue from reducing avoidance. But HMRC is struggling.
By Richard Morris - 19 December 14:44
With just seven female MPs and no female cabinet ministers, the party needs to raise the profile of its women at Westminster.
By George Eaton - 19 December 12:50
Labour states unambiguously that it will be "cutting departmental spending in 2015-16" and will not borrow for "day-to-day spending".
By Stephen Twigg - 19 December 11:16
By offering the vote to 16 and 17 year olds at school, in college or in workplaces we can intertwine civic duty with our education system.
By George Eaton - 19 December 9:04
So long as Miliband retains the support of around 20% of 2010 Lib Dem voters, the Tories have no hope of victory.
By Rafael Behr - 18 December 17:34
The Labour leader appears determined to avoid the challenge of fixing state services without spending more money on them.
By George Eaton - 18 December 13:19
The danger for Miliband is that his "cost-of-living" attack will be blunted as the economic recovery accelerates. Labour must offer a bigger vision.
By George Eaton - 18 December 10:19
Joblessness fell to 7.4%, the lowest figure since May 2009, but total pay rose by just 0.9%, a real-terms cut of 1.2%.
By George Eaton - 18 December 8:53
By banning migrants from claiming benefits for three months, the PM simply reinforces the myth that immigration is an ill.
By George Eaton - 17 December 15:16
The ONS's decision to reclassify Network Rail as a public sector body is a headache for Osborne.
By Tom Greatrex - 17 December 13:50
Just as it is irresponsible to suggest shale gas is a silver bullet, so it is unrealistic to suggest that renewable energy can deliver all of our energy needs.
By Rafael Behr - 17 December 12:08
The PM's Ukip-style positioning on immigration is viewed as weakness or blackmail by the rest of the EU.
By George Eaton - 17 December 10:49
As in 2010, both the Tories and Labour will promise to study the post-election report, rather than telling us where they stand.
By George Eaton - 17 December 9:29
The mayor's proposal of a new airport in the Thames Estuary has merely been given a stay of execution by the Airports Commission. Heathrow is the frontrunner again.
By George Eaton - 17 December 7:30
Blow for the Mayor of London as his proposal of a Thames Estuary airport is excluded as "there are too many uncertainties and challenges".
By Natalie Bennett - 16 December 18:37
Cuts to benefits have pushed thousands of families to the edge. Welfare needs to be paid on the basis of need, not within some artificial limit.
By George Eaton - 16 December 13:43
At his monthly press conference, the Deputy PM refuses to rule out reducing the benefit cap or limiting child benefit to two children for out-of-work families.
By George Eaton - 16 December 10:54
Labour MP John Mann's motion calling for the pay increase to be limited to 1%, in line with the rest of the public sector, attracts little support.
By Sue Brown - 16 December 9:44
Social care is higher on the political agenda than at any time during the last few Parliaments, and yet disabled and older people now face a worse situation than when it was a low-profile issue.
By George Eaton - 16 December 9:06
How Labour plans to meet its target of 200,000 new homes a year by 2020, including "use it or lose it" powers to tackle land hoarding and a "right to grow" for councils.
By New Statesman - 15 December 17:13
In an attempt to achieve an economically worthless but politically valuable budget surplus, cuts to public services will continue even once the structural deficit has been eradicated – this is unworkable.
By Diana Johnson - 15 December 12:03
The same narrow economic focus that created our over-dependence on finance and the property bubble is also responsible for the north/south divide. We need a new strategy for regeneration.
By George Eaton - 15 December 10:46
The Tory MP's plan to limit all child-related benefits to two children would undermine the 'striver'/'scrounger' divide by hitting all families, regardless of their employment status.
By James Evans - 14 December 12:12
The Occupy Sussex movement has acted as the spark for a new wave of protest against the marketisation of higher education.
By George Eaton - 14 December 9:37
Homelessness has now risen by 34% since 2010, with measures including the benefit cap and the bedroom tax blamed by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Crisis.
By George Eaton - 13 December 13:00
The shadow London minister says the capital needs 800,000 new houses and criticises Labour's London mayoral "beauty parade".
By Richard Morris - 13 December 12:59
Maintaining a centrist position in the coalition is all very well, but in the run-up to the 2015 election, voters need to know that Lib Dems are both ideologues and principled.
By George Eaton - 12 December 15:43
The IFS warns that further cuts to pay could make it "increasingly difficult" for public sector employers to "retain and recruit high quality workers".
By Lucy Powell - 12 December 14:28
We should be celebrating, not berating, the role parents play in the workforce and in society.