The Labour leader broke with his new sober style and hammered Cameron over his refusal to rule out cutting the top tax rate again.
Gloria De Piero says "This result comes as little surprise when you remember Nick Clegg leads a Parliamentary Party which has as many men with knighthoods as it has women MPs."
Both private and public sector organisations need to relearn Roosevelt's great insight: privileges provoke responsibilities.
The UK will accept just 500 refugees from the country, compared to the 10,000 taken by Germany.
Rather than hyperbole over a national growth figure, we need regionalised figures to show how prosperity is unevenly spread.
Rich people in other countries demand they be required to pay higher taxes more often than you might think. So why doesn't Britain have a Warren Buffett or a Bill Gates, willing to pay a little bit more tax for everybody's benefit?
Despite being repeatedly pressed by Ed Balls at Treasury questions, the Chancellor refuses to comment on whether the Tories want to reduce the top rate from 45 per cent to 40 per cent.
Politicians no longer change the world, technology does. Even as wealth has become more concentrated, power has become more dispersed.
The economy is still 1.3 per cent smaller than before the recession and the recovery remains the slowest since 1870s.
Many of the co-ops, which were meant to be a “shortlife” solution for long housing waiting lists and run-down properties in the late 1970s and early 1980s, are still there today. Now, they are being sold off at auction, and long-existing communities are
The dangers of an unbalanced recovery are real and excessive boastfulness could encourage voters to believe it is safe to return Labour to power.
The repetitive and needlessly venomous exchanges over the 50p rate distract from the long-term question of how we should pay for the services that we value in an era of austerity.
There are too many concerns to cover and too many issues on which ministers have been evasive for the government to refuse a full day’s debate.
A top rate of 50% would be above the OECD average but Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands all have higher rates.
If the left could get a few more "normal" people into politics, perhaps it wouldn’t be left to the reactionary right to shake up the political establishment.
The government should do more to help communities, local authorities and businesses not only produce but supply their own power.
The Labour leader, it seems, is willing to apologise only for being too soft on immigration and immigrants, not for being too tough.
Of the 24 signatories to the letter attacking Labour's plan to reintroduce the 50p tax rate, eight have donated to the Conservatives.
At a time when the incomes of ordinary families are falling, the highest earners must contribute more to reduce government borrowing.
Is it a temporary tax or a permanent one?
Danny Alexander and former M&S boss Stuart Rose attacked Labour yesterday, but they used to insist that the top rate should remain in place.
The latest figures from HMRC show that people earning over £150,000 paid almost £10bn more in tax in the three years when the 50p rate was in place. We need to get the deficit down in a fair way.
Unlike Osborne's budget surplus pledge, Balls's only applies to current spending, leaving open the option of borrowing to fund infrastructure.
Turkeys won't vote for Christmas and Google won’t vote to pay its taxes either.
The former US treasury secretary points out to the Chancellor that while the US economy exceeded its pre-recession peak years ago, the UK is still catching up.
The former leader's savage attack on his successor, Peter Robinson, is a reminder that his party could see that he had outlived his usefulness.
When political historians are dusting off the gravestone of Lord Rennard’s Liberal Democrats, I doubt it will read “killed by feminism”.
The government's new stats ignore all benefit cuts and exclude the 4.4m self-employed workers.
In Gordon Brown's backyard, Labour won an 11.25% swing from the SNP, while the Lib Dems finished in fifth place behind UKIP.