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Would it be better to have a second Tory-LibDem coalition stretching to 2020, or a stand-alone policy that could put Miliband in Downing Street before then?
The Liberal Democrat leader is striving to boost his appeal to persuadable Conservative supporters as well as Labour ones.
The Work and Pensions Secretary is right to roll back Labour’s culture of welfare dependency.
Brian Monteith: The divergences and differences within Scotland – and how they’ll impact on the poll
Its many divisions – by age, religion, class and geography – breeds a complex politics which it is too easily misunderstood.
If we do not stop this barbaric practice, we will have failed to protect young girls from horrific abuse.
At present, UKIP poses more of a threat to the Conservatives than Labour.
Stephen Tall: It’s May 2015. Cameron’s won a majority. And here’s some advice for him from his Chief Whip…
Keep the LibDems on board while appeasing the right. Prepare for full-on conservatism. Oh, and one other small thing…
Now that UKIP has become a more serious problem for Miliband, our aim should be to stress the points that ensure that it becomes even more so.
As outlined, it suggests continuity with the Coalition’s approach. But there are tensions sbetween its aims and those of a future Labour finance team.
There are better ways of hitting back at Clegg than responding in kind.
The Prime Minister gambles on memories of the Olympics gaining him a hearing.
New polling shows Labour cruising on 61 per cent, with UKIP in second on 15 per cent and the Tories in a close third on 14 per cent.
We also need job-sharing Parliamentarians, the curtailment of voting in lobbies, and a redesign of the MP role.
Danny Alexander would rather have his cold, blood-spattered, lifeless body hauled off to the morgue than see a cut in the top rate of tax