Chuka Umunna, the shadow business secretary, has said Labour will respond to political attacks from business but stressed the party is not spoiling for a fight or seeking a confrontation with boardrooms.
YouGov’s poll for the Sunday Times, suggests that more Brits oppose fracking than support it, in a change from a previous poll.
Nine million renters would save more than £600 each in the next parliament under Labour’s plans to ban letting agent fees and cap rent increases for longer-term tenants, Ed Miliband is to say.
David Cameron has defended the decision of the British authorities to fly the union flag at half mast after the death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia on the grounds that intelligence from the kingdom has saved British lives.
The mayor of Tower Hamlets has been accused in the high court of orchestrating a borough-wide electoral fraud using intimidation and corruption as four residents challenged the result of last May’s election.
Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, has been unable to guarantee that Labour would protect university funding, as vice-chancellors warned the party’s plans to reduce the tuition fees cap would affect the standard of higher education.
Any incoming Labour government will have to lay to rest the ghosts of Iraq which have haunted the party’s foreign policy for more than a decade.
The Green party’s only MP has admitted that the party’s main role is to put pressure on Labour to be more progressive.
Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, has accused the Tories of trying to orchestrate criticism of Labour after the boss of Boots suggested that Ed Miliband as prime minister would be a catastrophe.