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.
Loud noises from Washington about a US pull-out from Iraq are a poor disguise for America’s determination to control.
“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.
Political leadership is a stressful business, so it is no wonder that some turn to smoking.
Damned for his loyalty to Gordon Brown and a thuggish tendency, the shadow schools secretary is the
The younger Miliband brother’s emotional intelligence may yet upset the smooth progress of David.
The leadership contender Ed Miliband lays out his plan for how Labour can regain its sense of purpos
University at 18 is overrated; make Salford the capital of England, and then the BBC might go north
Jon Cruddas, the influential Labour MP for Dagenham, talks exclusively about why he is endorsing the
Labour needs a bold, charismatic, compassionate and visionary leader to renew the party. Ed Miliband
“There’s a pluralism I detect in David that I hadn’t witnessed before.”
The leadership candidates are missing an opportunity to take a meaningful and radical stance on wome
On real differences, foreign affairs, “pandering” and the key question of this contest.
Two constituency votes favour David, but Brother Ed isn’t far behind.
Tory manifesto continues to trump coalition agreement, despite all the talk of unity and partnership
The key to success? “Get the nibbles in.”
New government quietly deletes online education resource.
150,000 students have made the grade but will be denied a place. What does the government expect the
New polling data shows that misconceptions about Obama’s faith have increased since he took office.
Australia could have a female prime minister by the end of August. So, what’s stopping women reachin
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Norman Mailer's above-average piece of journalism, and because the Deputy Prime Minister's company, on day two of our fortnight together, was beginning to jar, and because I could think of
The Prime Minister has suggested that Britons should holiday more in the UK. But for the middle clas
The role of a minister is to do no harm –– and yet the members of this coalition government seem int
Ed Miliband hits back at his critics in the Labour Party and the media, and says he would never work
A* at A-level will help universities pick candidates from fee-charging schools while self-service su
Carlisle staged a parliament before it returned members to one. The reason was its proximity to the disputed borderlands.