It’s rare to see Britain’s leading political parties finding some sort of common ground across a spectrum of issues, rarer still to see two opposing MP’s endorsing each other.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood called it the 'antithesis of smooth'
Balls was left at the bottom of the leaderboard after his Strictly debut but remains a fan favourite
Former Shadow Chancellor says a party seen as anti-business cannot win an election
'There are times [in politics] when you feel mistakes happening at the time, you physically feel the mistake happening. At the moment this feels to me like a mistake happening'
The former shadow chancellor called for the return of shadow cabinet elections
The former shadow Chancellor took part in a group dance during Saturday's glitzy launch show
It's time to find out this year's pairings and watch their first group dance
Mr Balls claims David Cameron refused to allow Mr Osborne to address voters' concerns on immigration
Balls has demonstrated his dad dancing at past Labour Party events
A new group at King’s College, London, is bringing together political leaders, civil service mandarins and students to provide ‘institutional memory’ for government departments
From Benjamin Disraeli's first speech in the Commons to Ed Miliband's Labour conference speech...
The former shadow chancellor told yesterday's seminar for The Blair Years course at King's College, London, that most of the memoirs are from those around Tony Blair and that 'in the end there'll have to be some balancing up'
There will never be a crisis at Ipswich unless the white wine runs out in the boardroom
The former Shadow Chancellor is a lifelong Canaries fan, and joins as Chairman of the Board of Directors