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Consumer groups will be given a greater role in identifying and fixing "broken markets" under Labour plans
Which other classes will do less well, now the middle is a priority?
The number of high-stakes machines is limited to four in each betting shop, but Labour claims bookmakers have got round the rule by opening more branches – often in deprived areas
Paul Dacre remains Britain’s highest-paid newspaper editor, receiving £1.8m last year, according to the annual report of Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT).
The competing visions of the two main parties will be a crucial battleground at the 2015 election
IPPR report proposes a shift in spending away from Gordon Brown’s flagship tax credits
The festive family selfie is the Christmas card of choice for all three party leaders this year, but they each had their own take. There was one clear winner, says Andy McSmith
Ed Balls endured a torrid time in the Commons as he accused George Osborne of resorting to “smoke and mirrors” to cover up a record of economic failure.
Ed Miliband defends Labour's dealing with bank and Mr Flowers, saying party acted with 'utmost integrity'
Every one of Miliband’s six questions was cut off at the knees
Prime Minister David Cameron attacks Labour links as Vince Cable reviews scandal-hit bank’s mutual status
Some local ladies were offended by the way that Blunt’s marriage ended
Ed Miliband was accused of demoting prominent Blairites today after he reshuffled his Shadow Cabinet in an attempt to sharpen up Labour’s team before the 2015 general election.
Outrage at the attack on the Labour leader's father transcends politics
Party leaders to promote a number of female MPs to more prominent roles
Though his message was correct, Alastair Campbell was the wrong man to deliver it