Balls forgets name of ‘Labour-friendly business leader’. But what’s Newsnight up to, asks Polly Toynbee
Danny Alexander and Douglas Alexander will be toppled while Alex Salmond gets an easy ride, says new polling
Reforms which give English MPs veto power over English laws are a 'fundamental matter of fairness'
And whatever happened to David Cameron’s view that tax avoiders needed to wake up and smell the coffee?
Does 1910 hold lessons for today’s politicians – if they’re prepared to form broad alliances?
The Labour leader doesn’t always hit the open goals, as playwright David Hare reminded us at the weekend
But PM's line on academies and Three Rs comes straight from Gove – who proved ‘toxic’ with mums
Projection says this is the only pairing that can win a majority – but Labour won’t budge on Trident
Everyone’s sticking in the knife in – and not just right-wing papers, but the Statesman and Guardian too
Allegra Stratton package puts Labour’s Andy Burnham on the spot again over private sector competition
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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