MOVES to downsize two of Hertfordshireâ€™s four general hospitals have been dismissed as â€œcost-drivenâ€ and medically unproven by Unison in a report this week. The union argues that plans to …
Hugh Gault assesses the grim implications of majority Tory rule
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We need to go forward – and not back to Blairism
The first all-Tory Cabinet meeting for 18 years put anti-trade union legislation high up its governmental agenda.
In a reflection of the Westminster contest, the Tories made gains in local elections throughout the south-east of England and Midlands while Labour retained control of its urban strongholds.
We can expect a hard-right agenda to be pursued vigorously by the new Conservative Government, writes Ian Hernon
We got it wrong. There is no solace or excuse in the fact that everybody else did too.
Ed Miliband carried the can for what he called a “difficult and disappointing” general election which let David Cameron back into Number 10 Downing Street at the head of Conservative …
Ed Miliband launched a blitz on the coalition’s “threat” to the National Health Service in the final campaign push to polling day.
Gerard Collier outlines the faults in the Tories’ latest model for local government
What exactly will Labour’s education policies if it takes power? asks Graham Lane
Labour claimed Conservative plans for spending cuts suggest a rise in tuition fees from £9,000 to £11,500 a year.
Potential post-election deals continued to dominate the run-up to polling day with all parties focusing on wavering voters.
The National Health Service simply cannot afford another Conservative government, argues Kailash Chand
Martin Gostwick looks forward to some mighty post-election challenges
Labour may be trailing in Scotland but the SNP has some hard questions to answer, insists Maria Fyfe
Same old Tories: spivs, speculators and sharks
All parties, mainstream and no hopers, are making more and more promises in late and desperate efforts to round up the undecided via a somewhat unseemly national auction.
The “first act” of an incoming Labour government would be the abolition of the “cruel and unfair” bedroom tax, Ed Miliband pledged.
Roy Mason, Lord Mason of Barnsley, was a mass of apparent contradictions which were particularly uncomfortable for the left.
Labour slammed Tory “gimmicks” after David Cameron pledged to introduce a law guaranteeing no rise in income tax, VAT or National Insurance before 2020.
Ed Miliband addressed the thorny election issue of immigration by pledging to recruit an extra 1,000 border staff, introduce full exit checks and stop serious criminals coming to the United …