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2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
5d
Seeing red: the flag of St George has become more than just the mark of football supporters. Photo: Magnum Photos The Palm Bay estate in Cliftonville is a picture of English respectability in white...
2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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2014/04/17 14:24
2014/04/17 14:24
6d
The recent Labour policy review symposium outlined a new and compelling narrative for family policy. Family policy is currently a hodgepodge of issues – it means very different things to different...
2014/04/16 07:09
2014/04/16 07:09
7d
Mr Miliband has made some good and thoughtful speeches on immigration. Yvette Cooper, his shadow home secretary, gave an equally persuasive address last week, in which she called for “an honest debate...
2014/04/13 08:09
2014/04/13 08:09
10d
In an article for the newspaper, policy coordinator Jon Cruddas wrote: "She's a class act and going from strength to strength. People in Westminster are -starting to tip her as a potential mayor for...
2014/04/12 22:17
2014/04/12 22:17
11d
Murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence’s mum Doreen is ­being tipped to become London’s next mayor. Labour insiders believe the “influential and dynamic” baroness has broad appeal and would be an ideal...
2014/04/12 22:09
2014/04/12 22:09
11d
If it was the job of the Prime Minister’s operation to provide studies in how not to handle a crisis, the team in No 10 would be doing brilliantly. As it is, what they served up over Maria Miller and...
2014/04/10 21:17
2014/04/10 21:17
13d
Britain needs a bigger Navy, and fast. Last Christmas, the Russian warship Admiral Kuznetsov sailed just outside the Scottish waters of the Moray Firth. It reportedly took 24 hours to scramble HMS...
2014/04/09 07:10
2014/04/09 07:10
14d
Yesterday’s acceptance of the Adonis programme signals a major victory for Labour’s policy chief, Jon Cruddas, and other arch-decentralisers, such as the care spokesman, Liz Kendall, and the shadow...
2014/04/07 22:25
2014/04/07 22:25
16d
Ever since Ed Miliband declared his support for localism in his Hugo Young memorial lecture, Labour figures have been looking for concrete evidence of his commitment to devolving power from Whitehall....
2014/04/03 08:24
2014/04/03 08:24
20d
The present political battle is like a closely fought tennis match. One of two individuals will be prime minister after the next election and an unforced error or some neatly played strokes can change...
2014/04/01 11:22
2014/04/01 11:22
22d
A year-long ban on fare rises is to be debated next month by the party’s National Policy Forum for possible inclusion in the manifesto. Rail unions who drew up the plan said it would be hugely popular...
2014/03/26 08:09
2014/03/26 08:09
28d
The worries about imprecision were voiced this week not by Left or Right, or by Brownites and Blairites, but by a united group of think tankers from across the party whose newspaper letter was...
2014/03/25 08:18
2014/03/25 08:18
29d
Harman: Labour is making steady progress Labour's deputy leader has said that the party is making "steady progress" despite several post-Budget polls indicating that its lead over the Tories has...
2014/03/24 20:24
2014/03/24 20:24
30d
The old model of politics where progress depended upon centralising the capacity to act - whether in the market or by top down state intervention - no longer works. The task of Labour’s Policy Review...
2014/03/21 14:24
2014/03/21 14:24
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Under both Gordon Brown and George Osborne, the Budget has become the ultimate expression of the electoral priorities of a government. George Osborne’s giveaways to wealthy pensioners are truly...
2014/03/21 10:09
2014/03/21 10:09
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Indeed, Mr Miliband didn’t appear to have amended his prepared response at all while Mr Osborne was speaking. The shadow chancellor, too, is looking a little weak. He has, after quite a battle, had...
2014/04/18 08:24
2014/04/18 08:24
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