The first cut isn’t the deepest –– but it’s still far too early, argues the TUC’s Brendan Barber. Th
There are dissident, decentralising strands in Labour thinking, and it is time these were rediscover
There is plenty of good sport to be had with members of the Little Party.
The Tory-Lib Dem alliance claims to be the new progressives but on a raft of measures they are provi
New Statesman readers will not be surprised to learn that I favour Ed Miliband for the Labour leadership over his brother, David, whose references to "Next Labour" make one wonder if he is sponsored by a frock chain.
There was much to commend about the approach to taxation in the Lib Dems' election manifesto.
Arguments over whether or not Adam Walker’s comments were “racist” obscure the real issue.
Whatever it is, there’s more to it than David Laws would have you believe.
Our running guide to how each of the six candidates is faring.
More voices speak out against a lurch to the right.
Programme to be axed by coalition government.
Historically, Tory and Liberal coalitions have been unstable. But this one could be different. It en
"Gidster," says Dave, eating a croissant, "before Cleggy, did we ever know anyone who had gone to Westminster?"
“No one that I can recall."
With so much attention lavished on the debates between Messrs Brown, Cameron and Clegg, it is surprising that so few commentators have looked back to the great prime ministerial debates of the past.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, should make no mistake –– warm words from the governor of the Bank o
The Buller boy played musical chairs to make his new digs appear less posh on Sunday-morning television.
Philippe Sands, QC, Liberal Democrat advisor, argues that there was no prospect of a post-election r
The fast pace of politics is damaging. Our new government could learn from the Zapatistas.
We expected this election to result in a hung parliament, and have long argued the merits of coalition government.
As Labour’s top dogs square up for the leadership contest, it’s time for much-needed debate and poli
If Labour and the Liberal Democrats are parties of the
centre left, why did they struggle to form
So, David Cameron set off on his Grand Tour of Scotland and Wales ("the provinces", in CCHQ lingo). Watching politicians on the move is fun in the post-Gillian Duffy era.
Greece is a microcosm of a modern class war rarely reported as such.
The Miliband brothers, David (the elder) and Ed, are both in the race for leadership of the Labour Party.
Twelve immediate reflections on the coalition.
David Goodhart is wrong -- and so was New Labour.