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The only way to seize the initiative back from the SNP is to build on the Smith Commission through a new Scottish Constitutional Convention
Which party has the best policy offerings for women? An analysis of the manifestos of the three main parties (Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat) reveals how their policies measure up. The Economy…
No party is offering a wealth tax or anything equivalent to tackle UK inequality.
Women comprise 52% of the British electorate, so it’s fair to say our votes will decide this election. This is a fact that none of the parties has ignored. All three main parties (Conservative, Labour…
Now the electorate seems to be taking the possibility of one seriously, what would a Labour cabinet actually look like?
This is what democracy looks like: citizens giving politicians a public bollocking.
The Liberal Democrats' 2015 campaign has ditched ideology and emphasised concrete policy plans – not a good move when they're struggling to be heard.
Labour leader Jim Murphy is raising concerns that a big victory for Nicola Sturgeon will mean another referendum. Here's why they're wide of the mark.
For all the talk of pressures on the NHS from a failure to stem demand caused by lifestyle factors, politicians find it difficult to prioritise public health. The default position, especially at election…
With smaller parties piling on the pressure, what is the magic number for Labour or the Conservatives?