South Tyneside Council leader Iain Malcolm welcomes Labour's plans for combined authorities and says we should invite Teesside to join us
The Journal's opinion column for Friday, October 31, in which we welcome Labour's plans for devolution
Labour leader Ed Miliband is pledging new laws to bring home rule to English regions - and encouraging them to create elected mayors
Labour MPs dismiss calls for former Home Secretary Alan Johnson to stand as "stupid talk" and say they have the right man
Journal columnist George Hepburn says the murder of Alan Henning was grotesque, but the way forward must be diplomacy and not war
The Journal's former political editor looks at the party conferences so far - and says differing visions for the NHS will loom large at the election
Appetite for regional devolution higher than "English votes for English laws"
Ed Miliband is a prisoner of the rail unions, claims Conservative Party Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin
The Journal's former political editor says Labour can answer the question about English devolution - but the question about its leader is far tougher
Leaders of North East Local Medical Committees have raised fears over GP recruitment and retention in the region
Labour leader Ed Miliband said he was ready to lead Britain with a detailed and workmanlike speech
The Journal's opinion column for Tuesday, September 23, in which we argue that there is no real appetite to revisit the 2004 referendum
The Labour leader is to set out a six-point plan for the country to "restore people's faith in the future"
Professor of Law and Government at Durham University Thom Brooks asks what should devolution for England look like?
Shadow Business Secretary promises inquiry will be held into "disgraceful" blacklisting of construction staff
Ridicule of my husband will put principled people off politics, says Ed Miliband's barrister wife Justine
Newcastle MP Nick Brown warned that debates about devolution risked were missing the point when the region needs investment
The Journal's opinion column for Saturday, September 20, in which we analyse the ways forward after Scotland rejected independence
Westminster leaders respond to major newspapers of the north joining forces to demand a fair deal for the region
Blyth MP Ronnie Campbell has called for a regional assembly on the back of the no vote on Scottish independence