By George Eaton - 27 January 8:05
Of the 24 signatories to the letter attacking Labour's plan to reintroduce the 50p tax rate, eight have donated to the Conservatives.
By Andrew Adonis - 26 January 15:07
At a time when the incomes of ordinary families are falling, the highest earners must contribute more to reduce government borrowing.
By George Eaton - 26 January 13:37
Is it a temporary tax or a permanent one?
By George Eaton - 26 January 12:01
Danny Alexander and former M&S boss Stuart Rose attacked Labour yesterday, but they used to insist that the top rate should remain in place.
By Shabana Mahmood - 25 January 11:25
The latest figures from HMRC show that people earning over £150,000 paid almost £10bn more in tax in the three years when the 50p rate was in place. We need to get the deficit down in a fair way.
By George Eaton - 24 January 22:00
Unlike Osborne's budget surplus pledge, Balls's only applies to current spending, leaving open the option of borrowing to fund infrastructure.
By Owen Smith - 24 January 16:05
Turkeys won't vote for Christmas and Google won’t vote to pay its taxes either.
By George Eaton - 24 January 14:41
The former US treasury secretary points out to the Chancellor that while the US economy exceeded its pre-recession peak years ago, the UK is still catching up.
By Kevin Meagher - 24 January 14:11
The former leader's savage attack on his successor, Peter Robinson, is a reminder that his party could see that he had outlived his usefulness.
By Laurie Penny - 24 January 12:10
When political historians are dusting off the gravestone of Lord Rennard’s Liberal Democrats, I doubt it will read “killed by feminism”.
By James Plunkett - 24 January 11:18
The government's new stats ignore all benefit cuts and exclude the 4.4m self-employed workers.
By George Eaton - 24 January 10:42
In Gordon Brown's backyard, Labour won an 11.25% swing from the SNP, while the Lib Dems finished in fifth place behind UKIP.
By Kevin Maguire - 24 January 10:27
Blue-collar conservatism, a kerfuffle about wearing black tie and the Westminster orgy of backslapping.
By George Eaton - 24 January 8:38
The claim that almost all earners are better off entirely ignores the cuts to in-work and child benefits. Trying to fix the figures won't work.
By Ian Steadman - 23 January 16:54
Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, plead guilty to mortgage fraud last November.
By Benedict Cooper - 23 January 16:20
The new regulation would allow Jeremy Hunt to close any hospital or department in Britain and rob the public of their right to protest.
By George Eaton - 23 January 14:12
It is precisely the UKIP leader's flippancy and his lack of formality that voters find endearing.
By New Statesman - 23 January 13:03
The General secretary of the TUC takes the NS Centenary Questionnaire.
By Samuel Dale - 23 January 10:58
His party wants a eurosceptic but the PM may decide that he needs a business figure with a record of constructive engagement with Brussels.
By George Eaton - 23 January 9:07
The Work and Pensions Secretary wanted welfare reform to be defined by Universal Credit. It has been defined by the bedroom tax.
By Rafael Behr - 22 January 22:51
Everyone in Westminster knows that the nation’s creaking infrastructure needs an upgrade but Cameron’s “global race” and Miliband’s “new economy” must be depicted as ideological antitheses.
By New Statesman - 22 January 18:02
The party has taken the action after a report into allegations of sexual impropriety.
By Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff - 22 January 16:29
Everybody needs representation to fight against the inequalities caused by capitalism.
By Natalie Bennett - 22 January 16:08
Young workers don't need education in "turning up in time" - they need job opportunities that pay at least a living wage.
By George Eaton - 22 January 15:03
Former transport secretary says that the "chronic incompetence" of the government means "there’s a very good chance that the contract won’t be let by the election".
By George Eaton - 22 January 13:34
The Labour leader had no convincing riposte to Cameron's claim that he was "an arsonist" who "complains that the fire brigade aren't putting the fires out fast enough".
By Nick Tyrone - 22 January 11:24
The real reason for the Geneva II talks taking place is so that the international community can pat itself on the back for "doing something".
By George Eaton - 22 January 10:29
Unemployment fell at its fastest rate since 1997 to 7.1% but average earnings rose by just 0.9% - 1.1% below inflation.
By George Eaton - 22 January 9:07
A majority would vote for independence if they believed they would be £500 better off, but just 9 per cent of voters think they would be personally wealthier.
By Michael Brooks - 22 January 8:48
If Boris Johnson wants to subdue the population by militarising the police, he has an extensive catalogue of weapons to choose from.