The young prince takes charge of the power cuts
By Red Box - 02 April 13:00

Harry wants a little action, Tony gives him some paper clips and Gordon overrules Tony, leading Harr

Cyber election here we come
By Mike Butcher - 02 April 12:47

Will the next general election be as much online as off?

Learning the Welsh tongue
By Sian Berry - 02 April 11:52

Sian's on holiday in North Wales, taking a break from politics and enjoying that great country's cul

Independence thinking...
By Malachy Tallack - 02 April 11:27

Malachy explains some the subtleties of Shetland's relationship to Scotland amid talk of independenc

I'm a quitter not a fighter
By Ben Davies - 30 March 18:04

Carol Thatcher, Mormons and other stories...

Dirty tricks, no nicks and standards
By Marina Pepper - 30 March 17:58

Marina on an electoral roll and thinking back to those Playboy days

Not Guido judgement...
By Owen Walker - 30 March 13:19

Guido Fawkes comes unstuck, the portable nature of a Home Office divided and what Mr Miliband plans

Petitioning the PM
By Mike Butcher - 30 March 12:58

Could it be that the Downing Street e-petitioning service might actually be a good thing?

Crossing the Rubicon?
By Dr Pete Shirlow - 27 March 12:21

Dr Pete Shirlow, of Queen's University Belfast's School of Law, gives his analysis of the moment whe

Paisley, Adams and the unforeseeable
By John O'Farrell - 26 March 17:14

There was no handshake on Monday, as John O'Farrell reflects, but this was a momentous day in Northe

Salmond: set England free
By Douglas Fraser - 26 March 13:00

With his party ahead in the polls, the leader of the SNP says independence would serve UK interests

The swansong has a sting
By Donald Hirsch - 26 March 13:00

To the end, the Chancellor retained his appetite for taking from the rich to pay the poor. But was h

Has Brown found the vision thing?
By Martin Bright - 26 March 13:00

Fresh from being likened to Stalin, Gordon Brown sought to establish his credentials as a new and li

Whatever happened to . . .? He got an ice pick
By Red Box - 26 March 13:00

Brainy Ed ponders Gordon's image, Tony rewards Lord Andrew for his service, Sir Ranulph offers up a

Carbon rationing: a modern morality tale
By Peter Wilby - 26 March 13:00

Controlling climate change will require personal sacrifice, fairness and trust. Yet successive gover

Peerage for dark prince?
By Kevin Maguire - 26 March 13:00

Oofy is talking of fleeing to Putin's Russia. It may be kinder to him than Brown's Britain

A leader for the Greens?
By Sian Berry - 26 March 10:15

Considering some fundamental changes to the way the Green Party is run

Stop it Dave. No, really, stop it. Stop!
By Marina Pepper - 23 March 16:04

A final word for a chap called Dave. Plus some reassuring news for the people of a certain ward in t

How to tackle gun culture
By Chinwe Akomah - 23 March 14:43

Politics and sociology undergraduate Chinwe Akomah gives her take on Britain's gun 'culture'

The playful Chancellor?
By Adam Haigh - 23 March 13:03

The final Brown Budget was the preoccupation of many bloggers this week

Severn barrage controversy
By Sian Berry - 23 March 12:48

Sian reports from the Green Party conference in Swansea

Tactics to get the Scottish youth out
By Rebecca S Bundhun - 22 March 15:01

The role the internet is playing in trying to encourage young people to vote

Not green at all
By Sian Berry - 21 March 16:55

Sian Berry gives the Green Party reaction to the budget

Is Brown beginning to look leaden footed?
By Kwasi Kwarteng - 21 March 16:26

Tory A-lister Kwasi Kwarteng gives his response to Gordon Brown's final budget which he sees as rath

Missing prison minister
By Martin Bright - 20 March 17:22

Tales off the hapless Mr Sutcliffe...

Credit for being progressive?
By Jonn Elledge - 20 March 14:56

One of Tony Blair's greatest legacies could be a £45bn programme to rebuild or renovate every second

Lies, damned lies etc.
By James Medhurst - 20 March 14:16

How do you measure the progress of disability equality?

From Trident to tax to climate change: the party speaks
By Peter Kellner - 19 March 12:00

A YouGov survey indicates a divided mood among Labour members. Here we publish the full results of t

We should all be so persecuted
By Brian Cathcart - 19 March 12:00

A tale of David and Goliath, in which the part of Goliath - representing the ruthless left-wing inte

One small step for the politicians
By Mark Lynas - 19 March 12:00

Two speeches and a draft bill may not make for a revolution, but Mark Lynas hails a significant shif

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