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Editors and journalists don't understand the science involved in energy policy, says Peter Wilby. So
Alistair Darling MP and other top energy experts discuss the most important issues surrounding energ
The UK has assumed a leadership position in Europe which enjoys the active support of the biofuels i
If we are to radically reduce transport emissions then the truth is that we have no choice but to do
Robert Fell reflects on being a witness to the historic day, a decade ago, that Britain handed Hong
It's difficult to find fault with Brown's first cabinet - however hard you try
They talk a good talk, but do the politicians or anyone else for that matter really care about the c
Veteran Labour MP Gerald Kaufman, who wrote the definitive guide on being a minister, recalls what i
Unlike 1997, they were not cheering in the streets, but the arrival of the new prime minister could
The latest gossip from Westminster and Manchester...
Peter Wilby calls for less micro-managing of schools
On personality, policy and money the Tories prepare for a new aggressive era
Observations on smoking
If we don't limit the growth in population in this country, then we cannot hope to limit the impact
There may not have been a contest but Gordon Brown still spent six weeks campaignin
The big question in coming months is how far the new leader will transform the machinery of state. D
The last word on Blair
So it's goodbye from Tony and his friends, and it's goodbye from us, but not before some presents ar
Beasts at bay
If Britain is to help bring about nuclear disarmament, we must cease to co-operate with America's na
Gordon doesn't mince his words
Not a dry eye in the house -- except the press gallery
How does a political editor fill his time on the day Britain gets a new premier?
Political parties must ensure voters are more widely consulted if they want to thwart the BNP and st
How Tony Blair's foreign farewell tour contributed 600 tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere, writes the G
Human Rights Watch's Tom Porteous gives his take on the direction foreign policy should take under G
'There are many gay Tory men who would like to sleep with David Cameron but it is Lady Thatcher whose portrait hangs over their bed!'
The deputy leadership race began in ridicule and ended in dignity
Winning hearts and minds requires a new approach to terrorism, says Ben Ward