The coalition’s attack on the benefits system appears to be a copy of US policy, and it is single mo
Union head claims that NHS managers are being 'pressurised' into changes.
Jowell and Miliband argue that move would make corporation more democratic.
James Macintyre meets Andrew Tyrie
New poll suggests that the next Labour leader will need to rebrand the party completely.
We may all be Etonians now, but the important thing is not where you were sent to school, it is with whom you chose to go to university, and there can be no doubting there has been a seismic shift within the party from Cambrid
The truth about the Tory maverick and the Hollywood hit.
Tim Montgomerie runs through the ten moments that define David Cameron’s first three months in power
If public anxiety foreshadows a rise in joblessness, the Chancellor may have to reverse course. And
Having helped destroy other nations far away, our former prime minister — “peace envoy” to the Middle East -- is a criminal.
David Cameron has adopted shock-and-awe tactics in his first 100 days as Prime Minister, going furth
The government’s belief that volunteers can sort out society’s problems is nothing short of fantasy.
The Tories and the Lib Dems could, and should, use the Spending Review to scale back the level of th
287 jobs to go to create 'leaner' service.
But the comparisons with Barack Obama are now becoming more than a little stale.
The effect of David Cameron’s “big society” will be to drive artists and performers into the arms of
Nick Robinson's injection of sarky humour into news reporting is utterly misplaced. There is a place
Andrew Mitchell, the new International Development Secretary, talks to our political correspondent a
If you enjoy watching the BBC series The Thick of It, you may well have wondered which female cabinet minister my character, Nicola Murray, is meant to be.
Despite our best efforts, the Third Man charms his way past "friends in security" and corners Dave and me in the garden
There is Scottish Labour and Welsh Labour but England does not have its own national Labour Party. T
The House has risen, the children have been unleashed from school and the Tory bruiser David Davis has been heard muttering about the "Brokeback coalition". All in all, the silly season has begun.
The WikiLeaks material may prove a turning point for the anti-war cause.
Ed Miliband may have been attacked as a “Bennite” by the left and the right, but he still has the mo
“Get out of Afghanistan, Dave — there are safer places to get opium.”
What the demise of the Trimdon Constituency Labour Club says about New Labour’s legacy.
The International Development Secretary, Andrew Mitchell, defends the decision to ring-fence oversea
R H (Richard Henry) Tawney wrote his most important work, Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, in 1926 after he had given up trying to be elected to parliament.
Peter Mandelson's name can be added, I am told, to the growing list of politicians pursuing Andy Coulson over what he did or didn't get up to before signing up as David Cameron's mouthpiece.