Labour, the Green Party, and the Liberal Democrats all agree that the AV system would be a positive
His response to the TUC march shows he puts headlines for the <em>Telegraph</em> above the job he wa
The anti-cuts movement should not be divided by the right’s narrative on violence at Saturday’s prot
A political party’s brand is more than a logo, it is its heart and soul.
Unnoticed, the Lib Dems are driving through changes to the structure of personal tax allowances. And
Neither mindless nor violent, young protesters were forced into a stand-off with police.
"David Cameron, this is the big society."
How can the anti-cuts movement break through the media’s short attention span?
Like thousands of others, I'll be demonstrating in London because we need to fight for our principles.
This Budget put profit before young people.
The only universities not charging the maximum amount for top-up fees are among the worst in the cou
The Power of the People's Assembly!
The party must tap in to the energy and liberating excitement of the anti-cuts movement.
Clegg to Cameron: “If we keep doing this we won’t have anything to bloody disagree on in the bloody
The IFS warns that higher inflation means NHS spending will be cut by 0.1 per cent.
The government has nothing on supermarkets when it comes to keeping to tabs on people.
The trouble for Osborne is that every economic indicator is heading in the wrong direction.
A fine essay by John Stuart Mill, first published in 1859, offers keen insight.
George Osborne's Budget will be a failure.
Miliband was miffed to see Balls engrossed in sending texts.
Labour argues that the windfall tax could be passed to customers – but this is not an effective line
Higher borrowing and higher inflation figures announced the day before the Budget.
Expect no surprises tomorrow. In fact, the economic die has already been cast.
"We simply can not stand back and let a dictator whose people have rejected him kill his people indi
George Osborne’s Budget will attempt a radical social re-engineering of the UK.
Well, I'm back and to say my winter holiday did not go according to plan would be an understatement along the lines of "the Lib-Dems didn't do terribly well in the Barnsley by-election".
The right might complain about the welfare state, but the left don’t want to talk about it at all.
Sarah Brown’s memoir of public relations.
Peter Wilby’s engaging and entertaining take on the big stories of the week.