Jonn Elledge investigates the problems that PFI prisons are causing
The blogosphere was busying reviewing Brown's first week, Boris for London Mayor speculation, and al
The government is obstructing a bill to establish a new website for information on public sector spending on the grounds that it would cost too much.
A seat on the board for our Tony?
Peter Wilby argues that fairness must rule over choice
In the wake of the failed terror attacks in London and Glasgow Shiv Malik reports on an unforeseen t
The terrorists actions were directed at the new administration in a blatant attempt to derail the pr
As chancellor, Gordon Brown put his trust in tycoons and city chiefs. But as wealth disparities grow
It would need a line of unrivalled wisdom to top the thoughts of Eric Hobsbawm. So I went in search
Just as the London bombs in the summer of 2005 were Blair's bombs, the inevitable consequence of his government's lawless attack on Iraq, so the potential bombs in the summer of 2007 are Brown's bombs.
Observations on Northern Ireland
The emotive rhetoric and instant clampdowns are gone. Now, under Gordon Brown, there appears to be a
Cameron's reshuffle will calm and bait in equal measure
How did Dr Bilal Abdulla, a medic from Paisley hospital, come to be one of Britain's prime terror su
The "most read" lists on news websites seem to tell us some bracing things about what really interes
Delight the BBC correspondent has been released and other issues
A spin-free analysis of a spin-free week
Simon Munnery says what he would do if he was prime minister giving us a glimpse of a brighter world
David Cameron has a lot of answer for. His WebCameron site created a stir when he started posting up YouTube style videos.
Celebrating the opportunity to get rid of lots of WEEE - that's Waste Electrical and Electronic Equi
Last week Quentin Davies left the Tories saying under David Cameron the party had ceased to stand fo
Alistair Darling MP and other top energy experts discuss the most important issues surrounding energ
Editors and journalists don't understand the science involved in energy policy, says Peter Wilby. So
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