Despite the media assault on Miliband and the strengthening economic recovery, the party is seven points ahead.
Iain Duncan Smith said that the business case for universal credit has been approved by the Treasury, but only up to 2015.
The PM's blast at Miliband over tomorrow's strike secured him victory.
Ministers' claims contradicted as civil service head says "we shouldn't beat about the bush: it hasn't been signed off".
A professor, a pollster and a journalist hashed out the question at Chatham House last week.
The claim that Labour has moved too far to the left is based on a misreading of public opinion.
Miliband has asked radical questions but the answers have been too cautious for some.
The senior Conservative MP and Eurosceptic Mark Pritchard discusses the EU, secret societies, adoption and animal welfare.
"The Tories just don't understand that there is a difference between public services and businesses."
One has the impression that the war was a prolonged drama for which she was a critic sitting in the audience. She certainly doesn’t seem to understand what part she was expected to play in it.
Large companies are increasingly troubled by the threat of EU withdrawal under the Tories.
If the party was radical rather than obsessed with process and presentation, it would be setting out proposals to overhaul our tax system.
Liam Fox insists that the “public will accept” increased surveillance because of the threat of terrorism. One suspects that if we don’t accept it, we’ll be made to.
Despite the “cosmopolitan sympathies” of the poets, memorial events in the UK today are dominated by British writers. But there are many other literary voices from the battle for the trenches.
I discovered a box of wartime correspondence among some family papers this year, from my grandfather’s first cousin Walter Brabyn, a teenage soldier, to his parents and sister.
A hard-hitting report today from the Home Affairs Committee blasts the authorities for failing to eliminate cutting in the UK and calls for new laws.
The Labour leader's vision of "responsible capitalism" would gain credibility if he could find more responsible capitalists.
If the public is unsure what Miliband stands for, it is partly because he has often appeared unsure himself.
More and more ministers and shadow cabinet members are being secretly recorded. Plus Labour MP in Commons dining room rebellion.
While the the Tories are increasingly reliant on a small pool of mega rich donors, Labour is rebuilding itself as a movement.
In Labour's "economy week", its leader avoided the subject.
Miliband's party will not be left as the only one that "doesn't trust the people".
"The socialism of the future will be about creating power together for individual freedom."
The Ukip leader led a protest against the European Parliament by standing the wrong way round during Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”.
Labour is claiming today that 8 out of 10 new private sector jobs created since 2010 have been in London; the Tories say 3 out of 4 of them have been created outside the capital. Which is it?
The latest polling by Lord Ashcroft offers a snapshot of the wipe out facing Lib Dems in battleground seats against Labour.
There are several powerful reasons why the English should accept or even be enthusiastic about the Scots going it alone when they vote at the end of the summer.
The Labour leader routed the PM in the Commons as he derided "a masterclass in how to alienate your allies".