One survey suggests that "Real New Labour", an eminently moderate group, could well become the domin
Never-sent love letters and the confidential stories of sources . . . they are among my most valued
Martin Narey on the painful dilemmas of child protection
Leaders offering old-fashioned state welfare are getting elected everywhere
The Tory leader has done a brilliant job rebranding the "nasty party", but he has yet to come up wit
From: The Unit
When homeless people seem lazy, sleep seems a waste of time and sex even more so, you're ready to pl
Six influential politicians and thinkers assess the Prime Minister's chances
An overdue reform of drugs policy or another draconian attack on our civil liberties? Hugh Barnes re
Since 2004 local government workers have had below inflation awards. Their vote in favour of strike
The danger of being cheery, how we should deal with unruly commentors, and some of the exciting thin
A Conservative government would overhaul the way lotto funds are distributed, Shadow Culture Secreta
Why David Davis should have bought a sports car rather than resigning his seat plus the curious conn
The struggle one Sexual Assault Referral Centre is having to operate - a fight that is replicated ac
How the government has had to change its guidance for car manufacturers after it was caught flouting
Where is the David Davis of the left, prepared to resign and challenge the government's authoritaria
Miliboy: boldly going where no MP has gone before - all the gossip from the Westminster Village
David Davis's snap resignation struck a chord with people because it was spontaneous and unscripted.
David Davis gives his all for a noble cause - and for himself
The efforts to divide Labour into two camps - "good" Compass Labour and "bad" new Labour - are leadi
From: The Unit
The government needs to change the relationship between state and citizen, writes the Minister for t
The New Labour project relied on the assumption that its traditional support had nowhere else to go.
Even the state of Kansas, whose adherence to scientific orthodoxy doesn’t always extend to embracing
Who exactly is David Davis fighting against by forcing a contest in a seat where Labour comes third?
Finally is it possible to work out the real agenda of David Cameron's Conservatives?