By Rafael Behr - 12 February

Lynne is uninspired by Ed Miliband. “He’s not doing much for me,” says the 40-year-old Mancunian, wrinkling her nose as if tasting something unexpectedly spicy.

By Rafael Behr - 12 February

Lynne is uninspired by Ed Miliband. “He’s not doing much for me,” says the 40-year-old Mancunian, wrinkling her nose as if tasting something unexpectedly spicy.

By George Eaton - 05 February

In 1992, it was the “tax bombshell” that sank Neil Kinnock and John Smith’s election hopes.

By George Eaton - 05 February

In 1992, it was the “tax bombshell” that sank Neil Kinnock and John Smith’s election hopes.

By New Statesman - 30 January

The 2010 general election was defined by a conspiracy of silence between the main parties.

By New Statesman - 30 January

The 2010 general election was defined by a conspiracy of silence between the main parties.

By Rafael Behr - 11 December

The differences between David Cameron and Ed Miliband are vast enough to obscure the one thing they have in common.

By Rafael Behr - 11 December

The differences between David Cameron and Ed Miliband are vast enough to obscure the one thing they have in common.

By Rafael Behr - 04 December

There is a new puppy in Downing Street – plaintive-eyed, poorly house-trained and, no, it isn’t called Nick Clegg.

By Rafael Behr - 04 December

There is a new puppy in Downing Street – plaintive-eyed, poorly house-trained and, no, it isn’t called Nick Clegg.

By Rafael Behr - 27 November

When David Cameron stood for the Tory leadership in 2005, it was obvious to anyone who wasn’t a Conservative that he was the best man for the job.

By Rafael Behr - 27 November

When David Cameron stood for the Tory leadership in 2005, it was obvious to anyone who wasn’t a Conservative that he was the best man for the job.

In a closely fought battle, when hospital wards face closure in marginal seats
By Rafael Behr - 13 November

There is one simple Labour answer to the question of what is wrong with the NHS: nothing, apart from its misfortune in having fallen into Tory hands.

In a closely fought battle, when hospital wards face closure in marginal seats
By Rafael Behr - 13 November

There is one simple Labour answer to the question of what is wrong with the NHS: nothing, apart from its misfortune in having fallen into Tory hands.

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