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The challenges facing Jim Murphy are immense

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The new Scottish Labour leader will need to show Scottish voters that the party north of the border is able to think independently.

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Labour are stuck on a ‘things can only be mildly improved’ mantra

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Ed Miliband talked sense yesterday, but the electorate still need some form of greater succour.

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Surge in Scottish Green membership

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Membership of the Scottish Green Party has seen a staggering increase of over 600 per cent since January.

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Why Alex Salmond will win Gordon next year

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All recent polling suggests a return to Westminster for the former first minister.

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The figures that should worry Labour

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Ed Balls’ task tomorrow will be to establish Labour as a party that can be trusted to get its hands back on the levers of power.

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Osborne reveals plans for even deeper cuts if Tories win in 2015

George Osborne today told the cabinet there will be even deeper cuts if the Tories win the 2015 general election.

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Poll: Majority of voters want an early election and don’t blame Labour for financial crisis

A majority of voters want an early election and don’t blame Labour for the UK financial crisis – blaming the banking sector more, a new poll today reveals.

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Nick Clegg the musical

Watch all your Westminster favourites in action in Nicked: Nick Clegg the musical, featuring Sam Hodges as David Cameron. Watch the video here!

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Two Labour traditions can come together in social housing

A new Labour project for government must call upon both its major traditions – mutual as well as Fabian – to create an attractive synthesis, writes Kevin Gulliver.

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Canada’s Liberals squeezed by Tories and NDP

Matt Gwilliam looks at the extraordinary results from the Canadian general election that could change the political landscape for good.

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