From New York, Miliband also warns that no US government will take Britain seriously again if we leave EU
The Chancellor is staking his legacy on a tough new economic plan to 'fix the roof while the sun is shining'
Harriet Harman claims that even Labour supporters were privately relieved about last month's defeat
AKP suffers its worst result in more than a decade as Kurds celebrate shake up in Turkey's political landscape
G7 meeting sees president up pressure over two per cent Nato spending benchmark
PM gave order because he didn't want to risk upsetting backbenchers when he has such a small majority
From the party conference disaster to the mockery of Ed Stone: Miliband's aides discuss defeat
Chancellor urged to slow down on spending cuts to protect the most vulnerable people in society
What does the Conservative majority mean for HS2, the controversial plan for a high-speed rail link?
Campaigners urge Pride in London to drop 'homophobic, transphobic and misogynistic' party from line-up
The former Liberal Democrat leader on politics, integrity and not taking things too seriously
Campaigners argue that the recent election 'disenfranchised millions', underlining the need for a better system
David Cameron rules out withdrawal from the convention, despite opposition from his most senior colleagues
Tory cabinet suffers first post-election split while Yvette Cooper turns on Labour rivals
Liz Kendall seems to be the target as Yvette Cooper says some Labour MPs are closet Tories
New president vows to succeed where Goodluck Jonathan failed and rid Islamist militants from the north
Female voters who value gender over policies have been criticised for 'setting back feminism a hundred years'
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
Prime Minister's one nation pledge 'could look like the bleakest of ironies' by the end of the parliament
SNP leader criticises 'scale and speed' of cuts and reaffirms party's support for the EU