Former Home Secretary, backed by ex-Chancellor, expresses concern about Labour’s public appeal
Chuka Umunna says Labour will turn up volume after Lord Prescott becomes latest to vent frustration
The former deputy leader has urged Ed Miliband to give under-performing members of the cabinet the 'hairdryer treatment' and 'kick 'em out'
Politicians with egg on their faces? Surely not. Oh, wait, we’re talking about real eggs, not metaphorical ones, after Ed Miliband was subjected to heavy shelling on a visit to a London market today.
Government ministers are riding roughshod over the civil service, and that leads to government by cock-up and a loss of morale in Whitehall
Flawed or not, this week's ballot will give the public a say for the first time
The party's first-ever MP has quit as leader, so who's in the running to take over? Michael McCarthy reports
As the BBC airs intimate conversations, project deviser Tony Phillips finds he is deeply moved
Whatever the result of the general election, there's one Right Honourable Member who'll be particularly missed in the Commons and beyond.
Last week Pandora speculated as to the proximity of a Prescott peerage. Having been both deputy Labour leader and deputy PM, the veteran bruiser would be more than qualified for a spot on Gordon Brown's disollution honours list, despite his previously-stated opposition to the principle.
The creator of 'In the Loop' and 'The Thick of It' is one of the funniest men in Britain. Is he also one of the angriest?
Socialist fiction, feminist theory, even Marxist tracts – thanks to the recession, the classic left-wing reads of yesteryear are back in vogue. But which titles really deliver power to the people? Andy McSmith finds out