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      Miliband criticised over NHS campaign focus

      Ed Miliband’s election strategy is coming under renewed criticism from Labour MPs and peers, amid pessimism about the...

    2. 15 hours ago

      Labour plans pile on pressure for cash-strapped universities

      Indications that Labour is planning to cut tuition fees have heightened budget concerns among university vice-chancellors,...

    1. 19 hours ago

      Osborne claims high ground as GDP rises

      Britain’s economy grew 2.6 per cent in 2014, its fastest rate since the financial crisis, stoking Conservative confidence as...

    2. 19 hours ago

      Defend Labour’s economic record – the facts support us

      General elections are fought and won on the issue of the economy. And, while pollsters say this year’s general election...

    3. 19 hours ago

      UK universities alarmed by Labour plan to cut tuition fees

      Leading UK universities have warned Labour about the financial risks of cutting tuition fees a third to £6,000 a year. The...

    4. 20 hours ago

      Labour seeks private health company levy

      Private healthcare companies face a new levy to pay for training NHS staff under a future Labour government, Ed Miliband...

    5. January 26, 2015

      Austerity will break any Labour government

      And now they have it. For five years British leftwingers awaited a popular reaction against austerity, one that moved beyond...

    6. January 26, 2015

      May election will see end of the two-party political system

      Britain’s two-party political system is broken. To adapt Tony Blair’s phrase: the kaleidoscope has been shaken and nobody...

    7. January 26, 2015

      Parties fight long election battle in marginal seat

      Our people are tired, Mike O’Brien was saying. “Already?” I exclaimed. “There’s nearly four months to go!” “We’ve been going...

    8. January 25, 2015

      Abellio’s £2.5bn ScotRail deal threatened by Labour

      Labour plans to exercise a break clause in the Dutch group Abellio’s £2.5bn ScotRail franchise if it wins power in Scotland...

    9. January 25, 2015

      Scotland hardens stance against fracking

      Scotland is set to lead resistance to the fracking of shale gas in the UK, with both the Scottish National party and the new...

    10. January 23, 2015

      Broadcasters step up pressure on Cameron to enter debates

      UK broadcasters stepped up pressure on party leaders to take part in TV debates ahead of May’s general election by...

    11. January 23, 2015

      Greens contemplate life beyond the fringe

      They detect an upside to economic growth of zero. They see scant need for armed forces. They would decriminalise membership...

    12. January 22, 2015

      David Cameron’s bluff called on UK televised poll debates

      Broadcasters have called David Cameron’s bluff by setting out new proposals for televised election debates that would...

    13. January 22, 2015

      Surge in SNP support forces Labour to rethink power deal

      Amid the political scrambling after the 2010 general election, one of Labour’s most senior MPs, Douglas Alexander, ruled out...

    14. January 21, 2015

      Lord Oakeshott gives Miliband a boost

      A former Liberal Democrat peer and close ally of Vince Cable is giving hundreds of thousands of pounds to 30 Labour...

    15. January 21, 2015

      Labour mayor defects to Ukip

      The UK Independence party’s challenge to Labour in its traditional heartlands has received a boost with the defection of the...

    16. January 20, 2015

      UK’s labour regulations must stay light and easy

      David Cameron calls Britain the “jobs machine” of Europe, and has reiterated a vow to restore full employment. Unlike his...

    17. January 19, 2015

      Only 1 in 10 believes UK politicians want ‘best for country’

      Faith in politicians has fallen to such an extent that only one in 10 believe they want to do “their best for the country”,...

    18. January 19, 2015

      Jim Murphy seeks to woo back Dundee for Labour

      Jim Murphy took his Scottish Labour shadow cabinet to Dundee on Monday, seeking to rebuild the party’s fortunes in a city...

    19. January 19, 2015

      Conservatives can bore their way to general election victory

      The quote is better known than understood: “Once again, the facts of life have turned out to be Tory.” Margaret Thatcher did...

    20. January 18, 2015

      UK poll outcome ‘most unpredictable’ for almost a century

      The May general election is “the most unpredictable” for almost a century with no “safe outcome”, City bankers say, meaning...

    21. January 16, 2015

      Lord Patten warns David Cameron to beware Ed Miliband

      Ed Miliband is a “highly intelligent guy and a good debater” and the Tories should worry about facing him in a televised...

    22. January 16, 2015

      Conservatives set to outgun Labour on general election spending

      The Conservatives are set to outspend Labour in May’s UK general election by millions, having begun the campaign with a...

    23. January 16, 2015

      Ed Miliband blames electoral roll ‘scandal’ on coalition reform

      Almost 1m people, largely students and the young, have disappeared from the electoral roll since reforms last year,...

    24. January 15, 2015

      Food companies give frosty reception to Labour sugar clamp

      Tony the Tiger, for decades the emblem of Kellogg’s Frosties cereal, could find himself off the supermarket shelf if the...

    25. January 15, 2015

      White House home truths for David Cameron

      Forget Europe. Britain can always play Greece to America’s Rome. The notion that a special relationship with Washington is a...

    26. January 15, 2015

      Labour pledges limits for unhealthy food marketed to children

      A Labour government would introduce limits on the levels of fat, salt and sugar manufacturers are allowed to include in food...

    27. January 15, 2015

      Ed Balls set to launch centre-left economic report in Washington

      Ed Balls is to pre-empt David Cameron’s visit to the White House by 24 hours by launching an international “inclusive...

    28. January 14, 2015

      Analytical blunders that discredit UK Labour’s pitch

      T o judge by the past few years of opposition, Britain’s Labour party needs a new economics team. Confidently predicting...

    29. January 14, 2015

      David Cameron should not have veto on TV debates

      In most western countries, television debates are a familiar part of the choreography of political campaigns at election...

    30. January 14, 2015

      David Cameron taunts Labour on falling energy prices

      David Cameron has said sharp drops in the oil price and falling inflation have demolished Labour’s campaign on the “cost of...

    31. January 14, 2015

      Labour attacks mobile telecoms ‘sweetheart deal’

      A December agreement between government and mobile operators to extend coverage into so-called telecoms “not spots” has been...

    32. January 14, 2015

      Rivals join forces against David Cameron over TV debates

      David Cameron should be represented by an empty podium if he refuses to take part in television debates in the run-up to the...

    33. January 13, 2015

      Osborne mocks Labour over its deficit reduction plans

      The UK Chancellor on Tuesday mocked the opposition Labour party for supporting a target for the next government to eliminate...

    34. January 13, 2015

      UK public finances define battleground for general election

      An apparent display of unity in parliament between Labour and the Conservatives on Tuesday over government finances failed...

    35. January 12, 2015

      Cameron focuses on ‘Britain living within its means’

      David Cameron will today hammer home his key election theme of “Britain living within its means” as MPs vote on the...

    36. January 12, 2015

      Ever blander UK politics makes for a cheerful prospect

      The English language can perform great feats of elasticity but we must never allow “new” to serve as a synonym for “good”....

    37. January 11, 2015

      House prices in Tory seats rise 8 times faster than in Labour ones

      Homes in Conservative constituencies outside London have seen house price inflation at eight times the rate of Labour...

    38. January 11, 2015

      Labour party calls for regulations forcing utilities to cut fuel bills

      Ed Miliband has unveiled plans for new powers allowing the energy regulator to force companies to pass on the benefits of...

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