Chris Wicarson claims MPs have been sending hundreds of suspiciously similar letters to Equitable Li
A torrid opening parliamentary session raises prospect of a new coalition to stop the Bill becoming
Reading a review copy of Roy Hattersley's new life of David Lloyd George last week, I fell to wondering whether history could have worked out differently.
Candidates trade barbs, slate Milburn’s defection and rail at Tory job cuts in an engaging online di
WikiLeaks staff call for its founder to step aside in view of rape allegations he faces.
The allegations of phone-hacking at the News of the World could be reinvestigated if new evidence co
It may have been a sop to the middle classes, but Andrew Lansley’s decision to scrap the popular dis
Michael Gove is one of David Cameron’s key lieutenants.
He has immense charm and a fascinating per
Don’t let the Tories win the argument on the management of public services.
Labour leadership hopefuls complete yet another hustings.
Cameron stands firm as Mandelson becomes entangled in phone-hacking scandal.
When is the Labour Party going to apologise for inflicting this man upon us?
Labour leadership hopeful and party intellectual rethink social democracy.
Tessa Jowell reveals her mobile was hacked 28 times.
Sean Hoare, a former reporter at the News of the World, said "everyone knew. The office cat knew."
Mark Thompson talks about political pressures, the need for budget cuts, and how his religion affects his role.
Loud noises from Washington about a US pull-out from Iraq are a poor disguise for America’s determination to control.
It is some measure of Blair's political journey that he now endorses the coalition's economic policy
Should David Miliband pip little bruvver, Red Ed, to win Labour's Oxbridge Factor, the new leader would discover he shares more than a first name and a university with David Cameron.
Unless David Cameron can overturn the ideological divide between left and right, the Lib Dems
Speeches by the Labour leadership contender Ed Balls and the chairman of the Fed, Ben Bernanke, have
As the leadership contest draws to a close none of the candidates has shown anything other than blan
“When Goody had money she chose to invest in her children.”
Ed and David Miliband's father is remembered as a great teacher, devoted to politics as a means of creating social justice, instrumental to the development of the British left.
Jon Cruddas, the influential Labour MP for Dagenham, talks exclusively about why he is endorsing the
University at 18 is overrated; make Salford the capital of England, and then the BBC might go north
Labour needs a bold, charismatic, compassionate and visionary leader to renew the party. Ed Miliband