The Buller boy played musical chairs to make his new digs appear less posh on Sunday-morning television.
Philippe Sands, QC, Liberal Democrat advisor, argues that there was no prospect of a post-election r
The fast pace of politics is damaging. Our new government could learn from the Zapatistas.
We expected this election to result in a hung parliament, and have long argued the merits of coalition government.
Greece is a microcosm of a modern class war rarely reported as such.
If Labour and the Liberal Democrats are parties of the
centre left, why did they struggle to form
So, David Cameron set off on his Grand Tour of Scotland and Wales ("the provinces", in CCHQ lingo). Watching politicians on the move is fun in the post-Gillian Duffy era.
As Labour’s top dogs square up for the leadership contest, it’s time for much-needed debate and poli
Twelve immediate reflections on the coalition.
David Goodhart is wrong -- and so was New Labour.
With the crisis in Greece as the trigger, the world monetary system is starting to disintegrate. Rob
The architect of the Third Way argues that although the Blair-Brown years may not have been the new
Former tabloid journalist Henry Macrory to join him.
Study carried out by the Newspaper Society.
The leaders’ debates energised what were, in truth, disappointing campaigns for all three main parti
Gordon Brown’s decision to step down throws the party negotiations and the Labour leadership wide op
“This is the beginning of a new force in Westminster”
“Nick’s surge was too soon. The soufflé had time to stop rising.”
We were at the New Inn when Dave realised he had blown it. The result from Tooting flashed up and, frowning, he almost shouted: "That doesn't look so clever, honey-bun."
Most would agree that television elbowed the print media out of the frame during this year's election and stomped on the toes of bloggers, tweeters and Mumsnetters alike.
The conventions governing a hung parliament have been published for the first time in a cabinet manual drawn up by Gus O'Donnell, the Cabinet Secretary.
What's going on? The first televised leaders' debate made a huge impact on me, as it did on so many people in this country. Nick Clegg took his chance, and British politics ceased to be a two-party affair.
This is a moment of high danger for the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties, but also of opportunity. The voters returned 306 Conservative MPs, representing a 36 per cent share of the vote.
The media do not like complexity. The swingometers don't work.
This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to heal the divide on the centre left. Don't betray us, N
In an email to supporters, Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP, wrote: "This is the last election the British National Party fights as a large small party - we are now a small large party." Griffin, yet again, showed his powers of