Downing Street has been forced to extend Cameron's PMQs briefing.
If today's projections are right, this will be the longest-lasting recession in a century.
Why there should be a full judicial inquiry into phone hacking.
Why we've launched Next Generation Labour.
“It’s difficult to be a doctor and a genuine right-winger”
A succession of British prime ministers have been in thrall to the Murdoch empire.
Ahead of the launch of major reforms to the way our public services are run, Francis Maude talks to
The rationalist champion compares propositioning a woman with chewing gum.
The investigator at the heart of the <em>NotW</em> phone-hacking scandal played football for AFC Wim
If Ed Miliband tries to be himself, he will be a disaster.
What today's statement says and does not say.
Instead of fighting for greater professionalism in teaching, the unions are engaged in a war against
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A new breed of intermediary, who manipulate the market economy for their own interest, is on the ris
Awkward Ed gave a less than stellar appearance on the BBC when discussing today's strikes this morni
Britain still lacks a care system capable of ensuring dignity in old age.
Tensions are rising over the care of the elderly and the prospects of the young. Both the coalition
It was, naturally, the Tories who labelled themselves "the stupid party", a name that assorted liberals and leftists quickly hijacked and proceeded to trot out at every opportunity as a supposed insult.
Miliband Jr has a new coach for PMQs: young Dennis Skinner, 79.
The Labour Party's apathetic attitude to the position of general secretary is indicative of a wider
The marriage in New York of the Cameroon chick-lit cutie Louise Bagshawe to the American rock band manager Peter Mensch confirmed the Metallica fan's status as the coolest Conservative (Mensch also manages Red
On the 70th anniversary of its devastation in the Blitz, Lambeth Palace opens its archives on a brav
David Miliband on a decade of "asymmetric decay".
What has happened to his 2008 "Scotland will be a Celtic Lion" speech?
Those opposing the pension reforms have leapt to the defence of working women affected by the change
Politics is riddled with sporting clichés. Yet often the metaphors they use are tired, unimaginative
The crisis in the education system. For I know it is an issue that keeps New Statesman readers awake at night.When you and your partner first set up house, life was simple.
The number of part-time workers who can't find full-time jobs has risen to a record high of 1.2 mill