The Home Secretary said the Labour leader was 'incompetent and lacking in vision'
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Most polls show Euroscepticism increasing with age, but the over-75s defy that trend. Could living the long 'sweep of history' make us value the path of European unity?
The party’s campaign thus far has been led by Alan Johnson, who has been all but invisible
Mr McBride will act as communications advisor for Labour's Shadow Defence Secretary Emily Thornberry
From Margaret Thatcher's funeral to the Bank of England's secret analysis of the economic consequences of Britain leaving the EU
As thoughts turn to what 2016 has in store for us, Sophie Morris talks to the people at the heart of the horoscope business
Gordon Brown to advise top investment firm; Black Friday fails to deliver for retailers; LeBron James signs lifetime Nike deal
Former Prime Minister warns proposed cuts would create a 'new poverty generation' of couples in their twenties
Bernanke reveals how he dealt first with the financial crash and then with the economic recession that followed
Mayor of London accuses Labour of 'tricking' public over three million influx of migrants during its 13 years in government
The "in" campaign is expected to be called Britain Stronger in Europe
Party strategists know they cannot rely on the 'cost of living crisis' to carry them to victory in next year's general election
It might be regarded as a happy hunting ground for the crucial female votes of Middle England but Mumsnet has again proved it can be a jungle for politicians hoping to reach out beyond the confines of Westminster.
There is a common belief Labour can somehow coast to victory
To the public this is no more than an SW1 issue, to the Whitehall mandarins it represents an earthquake