After the next election, it may be the fourth largest party in the Commons that holds the keys to Number 10.
If the Conservatives doesn’t win a majority in 2015, one of the reasons will be their 2011 decision to stick with First Past The Post.
The Party as a whole should have a say in whether what is on offer is acceptable, if that happens.
We must give other cities north of the capital more of a chance.
It is clear that there is widespread and growing acceptance of the need for the EU to change, and change in the way we want.
Jeremy Hunt MP: Labour’s failure in Wales shows they still haven’t learned the lessons of Mid Staffs
Here are six tests Labour must address to demonstrate they have learned the lessons of the scandal.
It’s time to increase tax thresholds, extend the one per cent cap on public sector pay, and cut welfare spending for better-off people.
The experience of the so-called industrial policy of trying to create green industries and green jobs has been disappointing.
When it comes to the policy priorities of men and women, there is little to choose between their likelihood to vote Tory.
Robert Oxley: Sorry, Mr Benyon, but Freedom of Information is an essential tool to save taxpayers’ money
The GMB may use FoI, but it’s a far stronger tool for those who want lower taxes.
I want to leave the EU – but most of all I believe the people should get to decide.
A week ago, the Daily Mirror did me over. Its figures were wrong and its assumptions ludicrous. And there’s a story behind it…
Mark Field MP: Time and again, Putin has tested our resolve. And time and again, he has found it wanting.
Over Ukraine, Obama is uninterested, Cameron hobbled and the EU powerless. No wonder Putin is wreaking havoc with Western foreign policy.
These are untested, unproven, controversial and potentially dangerous techniques which we wouldn’t even be able to monitor.
Allowing incitement, funding hatred and tolerating boycotts is harmful to the prospects for peace.