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.

By Rafael Behr - 06 November

Conservatives have given up trying to agree on whether Britain should be a member of the European Union.

By Rafael Behr - 06 November

Conservatives have given up trying to agree on whether Britain should be a member of the European Union.

By George Eaton - 30 October

When challenged to justify their belief that they can win the next general election, the Tories espouse the view first expressed by Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist James Carville in 1992: “It’

By George Eaton - 30 October

When challenged to justify their belief that they can win the next general election, the Tories espouse the view first expressed by Bill Clinton’s campaign strategist James Carville in 1992: “It’

By Rafael Behr - 23 October

David Cameron and George Osborne follow what might be called the Samuel Beckett school of politics. “Try again.

By Rafael Behr - 23 October

David Cameron and George Osborne follow what might be called the Samuel Beckett school of politics. “Try again.

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