Whatever the outcome of the referendum the status quo should not endure. Constitutional change is coming to Scotland and the rest of the UK, and we are all the better for it.
Meanwhile the Beeb is under fire for alleged pro-Farage bias in election reporting.
US president says he wants the UK to remain "united" and that "it looks like things have worked pretty well".
A leaked Ofsted report says that pupils were not protected from "the risks associated with extremist views".
Independently-minded Tory MP to run for post.
This anniversary marks one of the last chances we will have to thank them for their selflessness, courage, determination and sacrifice.
Swedish political party The Feminist Initiative has received more than a million kronor from the Abba singer.
Like the Chancellor, the party has a vested interest in convincing voters that the crisis is over. But it isn't.
Election strategist Lynton Crosby has warned them that it helps Labour, which has a double-digit lead on the issue.
The Prime Minister should stop indulging the idea that Europe is a conspiracy perpetrated by other countries against Britain.
The Labour leader presented himself as a man with the ambition and imagination to speak for an alienated public.
In this week’s cover story, New Statesman editor Jason Cowley interviews Alistair Darling, leader of the Better Together campaign, Labour MP and former chancellor. Darling is fighting back, with one hundred days to save the Union of Great Britain.
Cameron's caution prevailed over the Lib Dems.
A round-up of the legislative agenda announced for the coalition's last Parliament.
The Home Secretary is now echoing the concerns raised for months by the opposition.
Tory MP Zac Goldsmith will table a motion criticising the government for not giving voters the full power to remove MPs guilt of wrongdoing.
The party is still achieving record ratings in the national polls.
The Conservative MP is said to want to contribute to the healthcare debate "from a less overtly political position".
Shadow justice secretary pre-empts expected Tory move by promising new guidance on the Human Rights Act.
An ambitious growth plan could be implemented with no public borrowing at all.
It's not up to the unelected commission to determine Britain's policies, but it has reason and evidence on its side.
Lord Ashcroft's poll puts them 15 points ahead of Ukip, but they trail Labour by nine points nationally.
Some MPs are urging Miliband to follow Cameron's example and refresh his team.
Progressive parties should use the opportunity of the economic recovery to suggest that politics can lift its sights.
By promising to save the most popular public service from a funding crisis, Miliband can craft a potent dividing line with the Tories.
Ukip leader says "For half the country it benefited them, for the other half it didn't."
The government has grown in size but has seriously diminished in purpose.
A new law is allowing property developers to wriggle out of their affordable housing obligations.
The party should face a far more rigorous examination of its unscientific beliefs.