For the first time, the Church of England has produced a letter saying how we – and our politicians – should approach the general election.
Emily Brothers, who is running for parliament, on why she’s taking on the Sun, why you shouldn’t use a trans person’s old name, and what Stonewall’s decision to become an LGBT organisation means to her.
The UK inflation rate has fallen to a record low of 0.3 per cent in January – time to talk about consumer policy.
A new exhibition, Election! Britain Votes, at the People’s History Museum in Manchester explores the nature of democracy in a candid and sincere fashion that is far removed from the complacency we often get when museums try and do politics.
In the first of a six-part series, Frances Robinson cuts through the election noise and tells you what you actually need to know about the bodies that make up the European Union.
They say this election will be the most unpredictable for a long time. But the media’s coverage won’t be, and it could even help to shape the outcome.
The PM faces the youth unemployment problem with a plan for "intensive action" on young people not in education, employment or training.
David Cameron has started targeting the low-paid in a new benefits trial; this message could undermine his claim to be in favour of Britain’s "hardworking people".
The outgoing Labour MP for Dulwich and London mayoral contender speaks to Anoosh Chakelian about election strategy, immigration, and her plan to make “two Londons one”.
Rees-Mogg's history, taxation mystery - and an early warning from South Thanet.
A new report lays out how the organisation seeks to change their approach to trans people and begin advocating for their rights.
Ed Miliband announces an "apprenticeship guarantee" for school leavers by 2020.
A new dual-role system for our nuclear deterrent could save money and remove all nuclear weapons from Scotland in the process.
When it comes to taking in asylum seekers, the UK government is shifting blame and responsibility.
Despite many supposed missteps, two types of poll last week showed Labour’s standing in England & Wales is still stronger than the Tories’.
The shadow chancellor vows to crack down on tax evasion, as the HSBC row rumbles on.
Labour leader fights to claim the territory of growth from the Conservatives in speech at Jaguar Land Rover.
Work and Pensions Secretary says "if we do go down that road we will announce that" on policy to limit payment to two children.
As a new study by the Resolution Foundation shows, the difference between the two parties could be "relatively modest".
There should be more engagement from the Labour party in Britain's neglected rural and coastal areas.
Sam Delaney’s Mad Men and Bad Men: What Happened when British Politics Met Advertising captures forty years of politics – through posters.
The opposition continues to wage its war on the misconduct of the wealthy, as it is to extend the bankers' bonus clawback to ten years.
The European anti-austerity parties, Syriza and Podemos, took centre stage during the change:how? 2015 conference at Islington Metal Works.
Miliband is confident that his promise to invest more better reflects the public's priorities. But the Tories will present him as profligate.
Five reasons why Iain Duncan Smith's plan to give free houses to those who come off benefits is a terrible policy.
The questions the Labour leader can’t answer.
In painting and parliament, the best frames make themselves invisible.
We were expecting Lord Fink to follow through with his threat to sue Ed Miliband over suggestions about his tax affairs, but he seems to have blinked first.
Now we've caught wind of the money hidden in Swiss accounts, it's time to turn to other veiled tax affairs.
Leather, onanism and the wrong brother in this week's First Thoughts.