In his first conference address as party leader, Jeremy Corbyn recycled lines that had been published by Richard Heller, a former adviser to Denis Healey. In an age of jobbing speechwriters, does it matter? Blair's biographer, John Rentoul, considers the question
Polly Mackenzie has revealed that she occasionally used lines sent in by Richard Heller as part of the former Lib Dem leader's speeches
Alistair Carmichael could face a by-election under rules governed by the Representation of the People Act
Helen Birtwhistle said service users were best placed to tell health service bosses where improvements needed to be made
Nick Clegg led the Liberal Democrats to power, and then to the wasteland. As the party gathers for its conference against the backdrop of Labour's upheavals, he gives his first print interview since quitting the helm to Toby James, Duncan Brack. And conviction politics is on his mind >
Deputy PM said the ban would not be enforceable in practice
Nick Clegg has said he will not drop a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who sparked widespread protests among some Muslims by tweeting a cartoon of the prophet Mohammed.
Global Radio to launch national commercial news and politics network
Nigel Farage has vowed to crack-down on Ukip’s “Walter Mitty” candidates who jeopardise the party’s image as he prepares a campaigning offensive ahead of May’s European elections.
Hundreds of Syrian refugees will be allowed to come to Britain under plans to be announced by the Government on Wednesday.
Rememberance events will be attended by survivors, politicians, and members of the public
There are rumours that the Queen’s Speech has been delayed because of a lack of interesting policies to put forward in a legislative programme.
Mr Hancock has party membership withdrawn after private report in to claims he sexually assaulted a vulnerable constituent are leaked to a website
As some of the keen watchers of the game predicted, he chose the Syria Tactic
Nick Clegg has angrily denied "garbage" newspaper reports that his wife influenced his reaction to the Lord Rennard affair which still threatens to embroil his party.
Party leader signalled he may accept a qualified apology if the peer will admit causing offence ‘inadvertently’