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Ed Miliband claimed today he was "winning the battle of ideas" but said it was a "hard process" to change the Labour Party.

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'Project Ed' to be relaunched –with a dose of economic reality

The Labour leader today takes the fight to Cameron in a speech focusing on a 'responsible capitalism'

David Usborne: Capitalist credentials will decide contest

Democrats who believe that Mitt Romney will be the Republican nominee this year calculate that one word may end up deciding his match-up with Barack Obama. It is Bain.

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Nick Clegg: The deputy PM's name probably received a spike of search queries last April in wake of the first televised pre-general election debates

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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg today reaffirmed his determination to press ahead with reform of the House of Lords over the coming year.

There are plenty of methods to make postgraduate study affordable

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Postgraduate study could be a financially viable option if you plan it out properly, writes Russ Thorne

The 99 per cent: protesters in St Paul's as part of the Occupy London movement

Robert Fisk: Bankers are the dictators of the West

Writing from the very region that produces more clichés per square foot than any other "story" – the Middle East – I should perhaps pause before I say I have never read so much garbage, so much utter drivel, as I have about the world financial crisis.

John Kinsella quits TS Eliot award

A second poet withdraws from shortlist for £15,000 award over it's sponsorship by a hedge fund.

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The ethical businessman?

The Ewood Park faithful show their feelings ... during a 4-2 victory

James Corrigan: Carping at Kean is so gloriously predictable

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Mark Ravenhill is to write at the RSC in Shakespeare's home town

Shakespeare and F*%!ing: Mark Ravenhill at the RSC

Mark Ravenhill, the controversial playwright with a talent for shocking audiences, was this week revealed as the new writer-in-residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Stratford may never be the same again. John Walsh imagines what the author of 'Shopping and Fucking' might do with the Bard's poetry

Ed Miliband eyes executive pay reforms

Workers should help set top bosses' pay, Ed Miliband said today.

Seattle activist Dorli Rainey, 84, reacts after being hit with pepper spray during an Occupy Seattle protest

Seattle police use pepper spray on Occupy activists

Seattle police were forced to defend their actions yesterday after blasting a pregnant woman and an elderly activist with pepper spray in an attempt to disperse Occupy Seattle protesters.

Howard Jacobson: Let's move the tents to Simon Cowell's backyard

In Zurich briefly to give a reading, I look out of my hotel window towards the Lindenhof and see what appears to be a fairground or gypsy encampment. I hear music and smell roasting meat.

Letters: Protest could be the saviour of capitalism

I keep reading about "anti-capitalism" protests outside St Paul's, but many opponents of the current system would argue that they are trying to save capitalism from itself.

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