Within two weeks the new cabinet has managed to antagonise both Washington and Moscow
This is not "a poor summer". Britain has been experiencing its worst ever climate change event. We m
One would have thought in a liberal democracy the promotion of debate and free speech is inherently
Perhaps, just perhaps, the political wind has changed and politics is back to what it does best: the
With Boris on the boards the London political scene now has a production to grasp the popular imagin
Incidents involving reactors in Germany and Japan have again demonstrated the dangers of nuclear pow
The Mayor of London writes to mark the 40th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in
The results in Ealing Southall and Sedgefield get better and better the more Mark Pack thinks about
The week in politics as viewed from the blogosphere...
Journalist and ex-Tory MP Matthew Parris on how he likes Britain better today than he did 20 years a
Who are the favourites; who are the dark horses; and what's this about someone losing his head?
Iain Duncan Smith has done the poor a disservice.
The ghost of James Callaghan, the last Labour prime minister to take over midterm, haunts Gordon Bro
Party workers at Tory HQ are praying that Boris can lift the gloom.
The disgraced <em>Telegraph</em> proprietor is an extraordinary figure - until you put him among his
Britain may still consider the US to be its closest ally, but it must look beyond old friends to new
A new minister ambushed by the softest and straightest
Mark Pack enjoys the ins and out of the battle in Ealing Southall
UKIP candidate in Ealing Southall, KT Rajan, says only his party can address the concerns of voters
Affordable homes are a Green priority, not endlessly cramming in new “executive” flats
Nurture vs nature, style vs substance and the American vs the loony
The Labour candidate in Sedgefield stresses his local credentials and says despite what he feels are
The National Audit Office says many government departments are unaware how much their websites cost, who is using them and why.
The new Tory talks about how things would be different if he were Ealing Southall's MP
Tony Blair, even in retirement, conspired to screw up my summer, writes the Green candidate in Sedge
The Monster Raving Loonies have become something of a feature of the British electoral scene as Amer