By Peter Wilby - 29 December

Support for David Cameron and the coalition government remains surprisingly high.

By Alan B'stard - 29 December

The year 2010 certainly didn't last long. Time flies when you're having fun, doesn't it?

By Kevin Maguire - 29 December

I gather that Denis MacShane, the former Europe minister, is the latest MP to be informed by Inspector

By David Blanchflower - 29 December

I flew back to the United States just before Christmas, the day before Gatwick closed again.

By Staff blogger - 29 December

In the days before they were partners in government, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats alike pledged not to raise

By Laurie Penny - 20 December

 

If its founders hadn't invented such a silly name for Twitter, it would almost certainly have been closed down by now.

By Laurie Penny - 20 December

 

If its founders hadn't invented such a silly name for Twitter, it would almost certainly have been closed down by now.

By Staff blogger - 15 December

History will record this year as the most significant for British politics since 1979.

By Staff blogger - 15 December

History will record this year as the most significant for British politics since 1979.

By Mehdi Hasan - 15 December

Those of us who write about politics have been struggling with our terminology since Britain's first coalition government in

By Mehdi Hasan - 15 December

Those of us who write about politics have been struggling with our terminology since Britain's first coalition government in

By John Pilger - 15 December

Forty years ago, a book entitled The Greening of America caused a sensation.

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