In terms of forming a Labour government, the only way is not Essex, but it’ll be an important staging post along that path. The signs, it seems, are promising even if work remains to be done.
A look at the contenders for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats after Nick Clegg steps down.
Gareth Epps, co-chair of the Social Liberal Forum, writes about the consequences of Labour’s opportunism on Europe in last night’s budget vote.
Nick Clegg today attacked Labour for their “dishonest, hypocritical” decision to vote with the Tory EU rebels last night, reports Shamik Das.
Following the appointment of Dr Tim Leunig, Kevin Meagher writes about how the coalition government – Lib Dems as well as Tories – don’t understand the North.
Another day, another poll to pile further misery on Nick Clegg and boost his main rival Vince Cable, reports Shamik Das.
In news that is sure to embolden the dissenters at Lib Dem conference, a new poll reveals Nick Clegg to be the least popular party leader since Michael Foot.
Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie has argued extra powers both could and should be provided to Holyrood without the need for a referendum.
Labour today seized on Nick Clegg’s much-mocked apology on tuition fees, releasing a dossier of the Lib Dem record in government.
Following Ed Davey’s op ed today in Politics Home, Will Straw looks at whether the Liberal Democrats have already caved on a 2030 decarbonisation target.