Does the Labour Party have any chance of winning the next election?
On the issue of race and the rise of the far right, it is time to condemn a little more and understa
Our moment is months, weeks and - if you can be bothered to calculate it - days away, and Dave is ticking them down like a distressed schoolboy awaiting the end of an arduous Michaelmas term.
The CWU (Communication Workers Union) is taking legal advice about going to the high court to stop Royal Mail hiring 30,000 agency staff to cope with the backlog caused by strikes and Christmas.
Asylum-seeking women are especially vulnerable to persecution, but the British immigration system do
Stewart is a man of action and a man of letters of a kind you no longer find in British politics
The Westminster village would do well to listen to an emboldened Peter Hain
In earlier decades, the atmosphere in the universities was
optimistic, heady even, stimulated by c
We live in an age when everyone is encouraged to have their say on Twitter or blogs. But, in our ang
The news that we are still in recession proves that this is no time to raise taxes
The referendum on Britain's membership of the EEC is often forgotten today.
There are no good options left for Britain in Afghanistan. Brown should set a date for withdrawal
We continue to call for an end to child detention
New Labour has done its best to destroy the Post Office as a public institution. Postal workers deserve better.
It's always a relief when the conference circus is over and we can return to the meat of government
National postal strikes are set to go ahead on 22 and 23 October, despite intensive last-minute discussions between Royal Mail and the Communication and Workers Union.
Question Time's grotesque stunt has allowed the BNP to enter the political mainstream. There is now
He is one of the most recognisable figures in modern British culture, whose trembling pronouncements from his Los Angeles home have entertained millions.
Before the financial crisis, New York and London walked hand in hand as “the two greatest cities in
Joe Biden could yet rescue the Obama presidency from a military quagmire in Afghanistan
It's discomfiting when you talk to a Danish activist about policing techniques and she describes the "English method" as "picking up a few specific people and pre-arresting protesters".
Opportunistic politicians should remember the BBC is a public-service, not a state, broadcaster
In the interests of public health, it behoves me to announce that I was suffering from a maximally virulent strain of swine flu in Blackpool last week.
This Eurosceptic alliance is a product of moral and intellectual laziness
MPs' expenses returned to the news agenda as parliament opened. Hundreds of MPs were sent letters by Sir Thomas Legg, the auditor, detailing their misdemeanours.
The MPs' expenses scandal is back - but did you hear about the one who paid off a private mortgage while billing the taxpayer for a loan on his second home?