Veteran Labour MP is not alone in his worries that Ed Miliband cannot bring the party victory in 2015 election
Market reaction is muted, but Osborne and Cameron will be hoping this proves a watershed moment
George Osborne and Ed Miliband among 148 MPs claiming money for their younger families
Former minister says politicians should not be afraid to turn their backs on high-speed rail link as costs soar
Shadow Chancellor fined for jumping traffic lights as Polly Toynbee makes inappropriate demand
Chancellor's Spending Review sends clear signal the Tories will go into election as cost-cutting party
Clever politics by the chancellor leaves Labour's two Eds in a bind over spending cuts
Government urged to implement commission's radical proposals, but will they work?
Don't hold your breath for chancellor to adopt Tyrie report, which takes swipes at government 'interference'
Labour leader and his shadow chancellor want to persuade us they won't be soft on 'scroungers'
'We will have to govern with much less money around', says shadow chancellor
Cameron's former spin doctor breaks his silence with advice on countering threat from London mayor
Do IMF economists need to watch out for 'poisoned umbrellas'?
Labour leader concentrates on the 'unfair' tax cuts for those earning more than £150,000 a year
Chancellor's foray into benefits debate condemned by Labour, but his opponents also face risks
What Matthew Parris of The Times and Max Hastings of the Mail thought of Osborne's performance
Budget preview: with the cupboard bare, and the Lib Dems happy to see him fail, Chancellor can only wait for Carney
Scheme will be extended beyond 2013 and directed more towards small businesses, says FT
Number Ten still believes Miliband and Balls are eminently beatable in 2015. Yes, but...
Labour leader's tax announcement misfires after old interview reveals he supported 10p rate's abolition