Beyond Caring National Theatre, London Sense of an Ending Theatre 503, London
Tears Of The Rajas: Mutiny, Money & Marriage in India 1805-1905 by Ferdinand Mount (Simon & Schuster, £25)
There are now four candidates for the leadership of the Labour Party and Ian Hernon has been assessing their chances, along with those of the deputy leadership runners
The pomp and ceremony of the State Opening of Parliament could not disguise the squalor of the newly-elected Tory Government’s legislative programme, or its financial incompetence.
President Vladimir Putin signed a bill which allows foreign organisations to be banned from operating in Russia
The Queen’s Speech should remind Labour who the real enemies are, says Ian Hernon
The rot set in early in this Government. In an ignominious and hasty climbdown within hours of the Queen’s Speech, the manifesto proposal to replace the Human Rights Act with …
A former MEP was convicted of fraudulently claiming almost £500,000 in European Parliament expenses.
Jenny Clegg contends that the 50th anniversary years of SACU is an appropriate time to reassess our relationship with the Chinese
European employment moves can benefit women, reports Kate Holman in Brussels
Hugh Gault assesses the grim implications of majority Tory rule
Unions are campaigning hard to defend social legislation, says Tony Burke
Call Clegg LBC The Documentary BBC World Service Across The Board Radio 4
The Last Stalinist: The Life of Santiago Carrillo by Paul Preston (William Collins, £30) Hell and Good Company: The Spanish Civil War and the World It Made by Richard Rhodes …
Senior Government sources have confirmed that Britain will reject European Union-imposed quotas of migrants rescued from sinking boats in the Mediterranean.
An appeals court in the United States ruled that bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency is illegal.
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.
The best-selling crime and psychological thriller writer, who took the genre from country house whodunnits into the modern age, sat on the Labour benches in the House of Lords as …
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.
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.