The Prime Minister will soon need to translate generalities into specifics.
The former Bank of England economist is using her time on the backbenches wisely.
How the global financial crisis changed the former Bank of England governor’s thinking about economics.
We love our politics on Radio 2, so we’re a little shocked when the Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood, tells us that “devolution has been boring”.
How Merkel’s handling of the refugee crisis emboldened the far right and led to troubling questions about her future as chancellor.
When a politician becomes entertainment first and foremost there is a danger that he, or she, may lack the requisites of statesmanship.
Telling Tales by Janice Turner.
Plus: junior doctors sold into slavery, and a new day for newspapers.
Both leaders are focused on the enemy within, rather than without.
The long, inexorable decline of the party of Keir Hardie and Gordon Brown.
The Labour leader had no riposte to the PM's predictable "Acropolis Now" line.
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