Who are the British Asians?
By Ziauddin Sardar - 25 September 11:22

There is no such thing as the "Asian community". The label was imposed on a generation of migrants a

'Muted optimism' is the theme
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 25 September 11:22

The Tory conference will be a sober affair: any signs of hubris are to be nipped in the bud

Gordon's path to redemption
By Roy Hattersley - 25 September 11:22

To seize the moment, Gordon Brown has to change course; not a U-turn or swerve to the left, but a pr

The Brown bounce
By Jesse Armstrong - 25 September 11:22

Tactical Briefing

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Loyalty Pledge

Journalists: they can't live without us
By Brian Cathcart - 25 September 11:22

Amid all the changes delivered by communications technology, no one has yet found another way of gen

Cameron's Achilles' heel
By Alex Brummer - 25 September 11:22

Can the Conservatives handle the economy? The current opposition front bench is the least financiall

The dynamics of power
By Richard Reeves - 25 September 11:22

In his new study of British democracy in the 20th century David Marquand identifies four strands of

Brown’s big moment
By Martin Bright - 25 September 11:22

The Prime Minister faced down his enemies and won back Labour's confidence. Now comes the difficult

One step forward . . .
By Alice O'Keeffe - 25 September 11:22

The government has announced a new commitment to equal rights for asylum-seeking children. Now they

Truth and war mean nothing at the party conferences
By John Pilger - 25 September 11:22

The media turns the other way, or perverts the truth, while an increasingly imperialist United State

A bill of rights for Britain?
By Ted Vallance - 24 September 11:06

The historic problem with the British 'charters of freedom' like Magna Carta are that they are aimed

Brown's comeback
By Jessica Asato - 23 September 19:21

In all it was a well-executed speech for a Prime Minister under siege and as ministers and activists

The need for 'narrative'
By Jessica Asato - 23 September 16:43

Labour needs to devise, and agree, a vision of the changes we wish to bring about in our country in

Time to rein in the wreckless
By Chris Leslie - 22 September 21:04

Former Labour minister turned thinktank chief Chris Leslie gives his reaction to Alistair Darling's

The dangers of Sarah's law
By Jeremy Sare - 22 September 16:29

There may be many as 250,000 people in Britain with an active sexual interest in children when only

A bold vision?
By Ben Davies - 22 September 14:17

The talk at conference, a desire to hear a bold vision from Gordon Brown and Charles Clarke's curren

Trouble in Manchester
By Matthew Taylor - 22 September 13:23

The RSA's Matthew Taylor on the whispering cabinet minister, an antagonisic local and the train that

Miliband: We can win the election
By David Miliband - 22 September 10:54

Foreign Secretary David Miliband urges Labour to defend its record, be candid about its strengths an

Blears: Tough times
By Hazel Blears - 19 September 12:35

It seems clearer every day the Chancellor’s assessment of the trajectory of the world economy was co

My fight against street life
By Shakir Kamali - 19 September 11:25

I spent most of my teens in street gangs and I suffered serious consequences. That experience shaped

Hacking Sarah Palin
By Paul Evans - 19 September 11:08

Not often getting many thrills, the Lib Dems were keen to have tuppence worth on the conference scra

Feverish Speculation
By Martin Bright - 18 September 13:59

Let's all calm down and get a bit of perspective

Booing Lembit
By Paul Evans - 18 September 11:33

The new nasty party or the party of making it happen? Paul Evans gives his assessment of the annual

Shameless but effective
By Suzanne Moore - 18 September 10:23

David Cameron has given his ailing party a facelift, schmoozed voters and promised to transform soci

Labour must take on the bankers
By Alex Brummer - 18 September 10:23

In the worst catastrophe since the late 1920s, Brown and Darling have shown themselves to be cowardl

Empowerment: The new political territory
By Alan Milburn - 18 September 10:23

Gordon Brown talks of placing power in the hands of people themselves, but a splurge of Whitehall in

Religion and science do mix
By Peter Wilby - 18 September 10:23

Schools need to rethink the curriculum

Interview: James Purnell
By Martin Bright - 18 September 10:23

Saviour of Labour or dangerous Thatcherite? James Purnell, the Work and Pensions Secretary, talks to

Leader's speeches they won't be making
By Kevin Maguire - 18 September 10:23

Bring your cooks and your personal trainers, your butlers and your heiresses. Because new Labour is

The whispers
By Kevin Maguire - 18 September 10:23

Darkness has fallen over Downing Street

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