Time to scrap the Scotland Bill
By James Maxwell - 25 November 17:32

Flawed and unloved, the Calman Commission's proposals don't meet the aspirations of Scots for greate

Grant Shapps fails to bury bad news
By George Eaton - 25 November 13:30

Housing minister tries to distract attention from 99 per cent fall in affordable house building.

The Battle of Beecroft ... to be continued?
By Rafael Behr - 25 November 12:27

Tories suspect consultation is a Lib Dem ploy to shelve plans to scrap some employment protection.

Clegg comes unstuck on jobs scheme
By George Eaton - 25 November 9:06

The Deputy PM struggled to deny that the jobs scheme will be paid for by the working poor.

Miliband needs to change the subject
By Rafael Behr - 24 November 17:57

To be heard on the economy again, the Labour leader should talk more about public services.

Miliband's best defence of Plan B
By George Eaton - 24 November 14:17

The Labour leader's latest speech shows he is growing in confidence.

Osborne can stop voters worrying by learning to love the state
By Rafael Behr - 24 November 9:30

Soon, the Tories will have no choice but to think of government not as part of the problem, but the

Stranger danger for Dave
By Kevin Maguire - 24 November 9:30

So many Tory MPs tried to buy Fox a drink in the Strangers' Bar that Cameron should be worried.

Leader: The strikes are an expression of fear and insecurity
By Staff blogger - 24 November 9:30

As the self-defeating nature of the coalition's policies becomes clearer, sympathy for the plight of

Down the Tube? Up the social ladder
By Rowenna Davis - 23 November 15:52

Public transport by name is increasingly exclusive by nature.

PMQs review: Cameron and Miliband stick to the script
By George Eaton - 23 November 13:18

As the economy worsens, both leaders are holding out for eventual victory.

"Squeezed middle" named word of the year
By George Eaton - 23 November 10:35

Ed Miliband's phrase beats "Arab spring" and "phone hacking" to the honour.

Cameron bought £140,000 plot of land from Tory donor
By Samira Shackle - 23 November 9:14

Prime Minister faces questions over purchase of land from party donor and lobbyist, Lord Chadlington

Coming to a hospital near you: Andrew Lansley TV
By George Eaton - 22 November 12:27

Patients must watch loop of Health Secretary unless they register with £5-a day TV system.

Who still thinks Britain should join the euro?
By George Eaton - 21 November 15:23

Ashdown, Heseltine, Blair and others are rallying to the euro's defence.

Full transcript | David Cameron | Speech to the Confederation of British Industry | London | 21 November 2011
By David Cameron - 21 November 13:24

"You called for us to start getting the infrastructure built that is essential to secure the strengt

Will Cameron's deal with Merkel placate his party's sceptics?
By Rafael Behr - 21 November 12:33

German agreement to relax the working time directive is a real concession but maybe Tory backbencher

SNP boosted by record £1m donation
By George Eaton - 21 November 10:50

Alex Salmond's party receives £1m donation from EuroMillions winners.

Why Osborne is wrong on the Robin Hood Tax
By Simon Chouffot - 19 November 9:04

The Chancellor has framed the debate as an EU attack on British prosperity. This does not stand-up.

Miliband needs entrepreneur evangelists
By Rafael Behr - 18 November 11:45

The Labour leader's critique of "predatory" capitalism would be more effective delivered by experien

Osborne squeezes benefits again
By George Eaton - 18 November 9:26

Benefits will not be raised in line with September inflation in order to cut fuel duty.

Full transcript | Ed Miliband | Speech on a new economy | London | 17 November 2011
By Ed Miliband - 17 November 13:01

"The change we need is about the rules of the system, about the culture of shareholding, about the n

Pomp and circumstance
By Samira Shackle - 17 November 12:12

A day out with the City of London Corporation.

Osborne's failure could cost the Tories a majority
By George Eaton - 17 November 9:19

The Chancellor will no longer be able to wipe the slate clean and offer tax cuts.

Ed Mili’s grammar lessons
By Kevin Maguire - 17 November 7:56

A poster in Miliband's office declares: "Give the children a chance - scrap the Eleven Plus. Vote La

Leader: At last, Britain is having an honest debate about Europe
By Staff blogger - 17 November 7:56

The eurozone crisis has forced politicians of all parties to look again at the EU.

Cameron can’t please female voters leading a party of grumpy old men
By Rafael Behr - 17 November 7:56

The Prime Minister's real problem is a party that was already too unpopular to win an election but h

“Labour should help kids become middle class”
By Rafael Behr - 17 November 7:56

Jim Murphy, Labour’s combative defence spokesman, talks to Rafael Behr about the threat from Iran, w

Could Ukip overtake the Lib Dems?
By George Eaton - 16 November 14:09

Lib Dems fall to seven per cent in new poll, just two points ahead of Ukip.

Jim Murphy: security is at the heart of the new centre ground
By Rafael Behr - 16 November 13:11

The Shadow Defence Secretary has a theory about the changing complexion of British politics