The way the royals are reported is like a Disney film.
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Political anger is on the rise. In an anti-politician climate, Labour does not have monopoly on oppo
The Jeeves-like figure of John Whittingdale, chair of the culture committee investigating phone-hacking, might find himself on a sticky wicket, should he ask the Murdoch empire to bowl his local cricket club a
When a few thousand protesters set out to occupy the London Stock Exchange on 15 October, much of the political establishment regarded the event as an anarchists' day out.
Forget the old idea that students don’t care about wider politics, says David Miliband. My tour of u
Cameron is sounding ever more like Gordon Brown, while Miliband is turning left.
Rowan Williams calls for a Tobin tax and other measures to address the protesters' "moral agenda".
A guest worker programme would be bad for migrants and bad for the economy.
The data that proves Osborne was wrong to describe VAT as a "progressive" tax.
A relaunched Regional Growth Fund won't be enough to get the economy moving again.
Now that Muammar al-Gaddafi has been summarily bumped off by our new best friends in Libya, along with 53 "loyalists" in his home town of Sirte (are we quite sure they don't include "innocent civilians" who require humanitaria
You've probably been wondering where I've been. But while you've been fretting about the value of your pissy little pensions, I've been risking my life.
As a Scottish National Party conference virgin and an incorrigible unionist to boot, I have several preconceptions of what the flora and fauna of this event will look like.
European integration has been defined by two, apparently contradictory trends: technocracy and popul
The PM is using coalition as an excuse not to be more bellicose in Brussels. It could backfire
The St Pauls demonstrators are remembering how the peace was won after the great wars of the 20th Ce
Osborne may soon no longer be able to boast that the UK is doing better than the US.
Iain Duncan Smith warns that he will resign if forced to vote against his eurosceptic views again.
The decline in women's support for the Conservative party is not a recent phenomenon.
The Business Secretary says there is "no evidence" to back up claims in Downing Street report leaked
The media will continue to play the issue hard, but beneath the surface lies a small triumph for Cam
While Westminster is fixated on the EU, Scotland is moving ever closer to independence.
Citizen Dave's bubbly ban is being defied.
Outside of Westminster, if David Cameron called someone a "mug" during a political debate, he'd prob
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Which EU powers does he want back and when? Cameron couldn't answer.
Conservative donor warns that the Tories will lose the next election if they obsess over Europe.
Sophie Elmhirst joins Martin McGuinness on the presidential campaign trail in Dublin, and finds an e