I won’t be playing the world’s smallest violin for those affected by the proposed 50p tax rate, and neither should you.
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Labour has held the seat of Cowdenbeath in a Scottish Parliamentary by-election sparked by the death in November of the sitting MSP, Helen Eadie.
All three parties should consider making a much stronger, long term commitment to refugee resettlement in their manifestos.
John Denham is right about two things: we need more diverse higher education provision and we need to reassess the value for money of higher education.
Refusing to do away with loans and pussyfooting around business contributions are not the ingredients for a winning Higher Education system.
Spending cuts to local government appear to have fallen on poorer (Labour) areas far more severely than wealthier (Tory) ones.
If Nigel Farage is able to make the case for Syrian asylum seekers, Ed Miliband should be able to.
It is by offering a progressive economic alternative to austerity that Labour can best reach out to a broad coalition of voters.
New survey data has revealed just how out of touch the chattering classes are with public opinion on the issue of Scottish independence.