16:16 UK time, Friday, 14 March 2014
His early political career saw him as the slick, presentable TV face of Labour in the 1960s but it ended with him campaigning against pretty much all that New Labour stood for.
Chancellor George Osborne and shadow chancellor Ed Balls set out their competing messages ahead of the Budget.
A Westminster committee says independence would have a damaging effect on higher education and research in Scotland.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson says her party would scrap free prescriptions in order to fund 1,000 extra nurses and midwives in the NHS.
A garden city with an initial 15,000 homes will be built at Ebbsfleet in Kent, Chancellor George Osborne announces.
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