Labour considers a regional benefits cap
The Low Pay Commission could be asked to suggest how the cap would operate in different regions
Yes, Labour would limit welfare spending
Ed Miliband admitted that the last Labour administration got it wrong over incapacity benefit and Britain's low wage economy
Labour wouldn't reverse child benefit cuts
Labour has begun to put out statements on what it would do to tackle the country's problems if it won the next general election
Balls: Labour would follow Osborne's line
A Labour victory in 2015 would herald even deeper cuts in public spending to achieve the right balance between growth and deficit reduction, Ed Balls has revealed.
Councils help tenants avoid 'bedroom tax'
everal Labour-run councils have adopted an unorthodox solution to help vulnerable tenants to avoid paying the government's so-called 'bedroom tax'.
Failure to evolve our politics has left us weak
As the British National Party is forced to change the route of its march in the light of the soldier Lee Rigby's murder, Labour's Graham Allen accuses politicians of complacency over democracy
Responsibility in a digital era – Ed Miliband's talk to Google
The internet can bring many benefits but it can also allow footloose global companies to shirk their responsibilities, says Labour leader Ed Miliband. Here is what he told Google's Big Tent