Pat Kane / December 16, 2014
Is Jim Murphy's attempt to rebrand both himself and Scottish Labour too little too late?
A former CIA officer who was involved in the hunt for Bin Laden on torture, political betrayals and the future of intelligence agencies
The party faces threats it does not understand
Josh Lowe / December 3, 2014
Our rundown of what the Chancellor said he'd do, and what he did
Michael Meacher / December 2, 2014
The party did well in office, but has allowed the Conservatives to smear it. There's still time to change this before the election
Peter Kellner / November 28, 2014
Is the SNP really in a position to topple Labour north of the border?
James Kirkup / November 27, 2014
Most governments run out of ideas after around three years. This one is no exception
Emily Dyer / November 21, 2014
Will the departure of Western forces set back the struggle for women's rights in the country, asks Emily Dyer
David Torrance / November 18, 2014
The new SNP leader exhibits many of her predecessor's best qualities, but can she unite her party's potentially contradictory support base?
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