As everyone from the Institute for Fiscal Studies to the International Monetary Fund agrees, the financial sector is under-taxed.
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If action on climate change is urgent, why is it hard for politicians to spend a bit of money on it?
A potential springboard to launch Labour ahead of the election has been wasted by a set of standard, uninspiring ideas on a decade timeframe.
In his speech today Miliband will set out his ‘six national goals’ for the country to achieve in the next 10 years.
Ed Miliband needs to conquer is his image problem which, four years on from taking the leadership of the party, remains a noose around the party’s neck.
Ensuring a minimum wage of £8 an hour will mean the low paid seeing some of the benefits of the economic recovery.
As the party looks to respond to the referendum at party conference, Labour needs a distinctive and radical offer that delivers for England.
Worryingly, what the Greens have to offer is very appealing to Labour supporters like me
Millions died in World War One. Millions of people are still dying today as a result of conflict. Should we not remember them in a more serious way?