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Jon Cruddas and Diane Abbot have argued this week that Labour must value the roles that fathers play in modern families...This week Labour staked its claim to be the country's most father-friendly political party . Jon Cruddas, the party's policy co-
Salman Shaheen of Left Unity, the group supporting Ken Loach's call for a new left party in Britain, reports from its first national meeting When Ken Loach launched an appeal to discuss founding a new party to the left of Labour in March, it sparked
Judith Collins offers farcical excuses as revelation delivered glibly over dismissed electoral reforms. In the 1980s Australian show The Comedy Club , the naughty schoolgirl Jophesine had a standard defence to accusations of wrongdoing, no matter how
British men are in crisis', Labour will claim today in a warning about the impact of unemployment, pornography, drink and drugs on half the population. A Viagra and Jack Daniels' culture is fuelling anxiety among men who worry about their sexual
Are investments in services a better way of reducing child poverty than benefits that support income? Nick Pearce this week when he called on Labour to find a new way to tackle child poverty that doesn't rely on cash transfers, but instead builds
Andrew Duffield, a former Lib Dem district and county councillor and parliamentary candidate, paid £250 for the plate nearly twenty years ago...He said he had become increasingly irritated at what he saw as the coalition government's failure to "
Darling & the rest of the Labour gang ensured that we would have decades of paying back the debts they incurred.
AS-levels analysis suggests Concerns that changes to AS-levels will harm university admissions are unfounded, the schools minister David Laws has argued in a letter to Labour. AS-levels of whether a student will get a good degree, writes Mr Laws.
Some in the party fear it could face a "crisis of legitimacy" if it wins an outsized majority on a thin slice of the vote...If repeated at a general election on a uniform swing , that figure would give Ed Miliband a majority of 66 seats. What matters
May 2013 Nigel Lawson's provocations on the EU question raise some important points. It is no longer tenable to trot out the same tired arguments for the Union...A positive account of the UK's membership must address them head on. Nigel Lawson has