Labour conference 2013

McPoison. McPrickface. Mad Dog. Gordon Brown's former press adviser, Damian McBride, has been called a lot of things over
The government has been accused of employing National Front-style tactics with its 'go home' illegal immigration van campaign
The five things you need to know on Wednesday 25 September 2013... 1) ED MILIBAND "The right hates it. The left likes it
Flat. From MPs to delegates to lobbyists, not to mention news-hungry political journalists, that seems to be the most common
David Cameron has been accused of behaving like a "disturbing cocktail" of John Wayne and Alan Partridge. The bizarre charge
The five things you need to know on Monday 23 September 2013... 1) IRON ED BALLS? The shadow chancellor wants to be an iron
Migrants have helped build our economy and staffed our public services. However, there is no doubt that there's been a growing reliance on overseas workers in recent years. That's not a sign of a healthy economy, but a dysfunctional one.
The Labour Party conference has got underway - but the party's MPs were thrashed in their annual football match against journalists
The five things you need to know on Sunday 22 September 2013... 1) BRINGING BACK SOCIALISM IN BRIGHTON The Labour Party conference
The Labour leader must make the running and create the sense that his party stands ready to deliver big changes. That's why his decision to roll out lots of policy this week is so important. He needs a substantial list of promises that will excite his party foot-soldiers and reconnect with people looking to give Labour a chance.