Labour's Dangerous Donors
By Martin Bright - 02 December 19:10

The Observer's 4-page special on the funding scandal is essential reading. So are The Mail on Sunday

If I were Tory leader and other matters
By Ben Davies - 01 December 9:43

Goldsmith, the Greens, Miss World, Water Wars plus if one was given the opportunity to rule...

Tactical Briefing
By Staff blogger - 29 November 12:00

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Things Looking Up/Resigning

Rudd was a safe bet
By Peter Wilby - 29 November 12:00

Peter Wilby on Australian voters and the vision thing

The only way is up
By Martin Bright - 29 November 12:00

The first step to recovery is for the government to recognise the gravity of the situation. Plus don

Grim up north?
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 29 November 12:00

While Brown suffers, all is not totally rosy in the Cameron garden, either.

The whispers
By Kevin Maguire - 29 November 0:00

A girlie vicar, a wooden phallus and a case of mistaken identity - all the gossip from the Westminst

Labour and the sick note
By Peter Hain - 29 November 0:00

Peter Hain on the Tories' plan to force the unemployed into work will fail. Plus the <a href="http:/

The Known Unknown
By Martin Bright - 28 November 22:38

The Labour Party knew very well who David Abrahams was. He was invited to at least one gala dinner a

My favourite blog just disappeared
By Martin Bright - 28 November 20:45

The musings of an intern at Labour Party HQ. I assumed this was a spoof blog but then it disappeared

Rape victims face postcode lottery
By Liz Kelly - 28 November 12:19

How help for women who are victims of violence and rape depends on where they live, writes Prof. Liz

Faith schools and social cohesion
By Paul Donovan - 27 November 12:40

Do faith schools promote cohesion and help with integration or are they a force for division in soci

Euro 2008 and the economy
By Martin O'Neill - 27 November 11:01

Martin O'Neill unpicks claims that England's defeat to Croatia will cost the economy somewhere betwe

Watt Who?
By Martin Bright - 26 November 18:03

Finally Peter Watt does the decent thing

The Blair Years
By Martin Bright - 26 November 17:38

Watching officials come clean about the Iraq War is not a very edifying spectacle

A shared sense of citizenship
By Peter Goldsmith - 26 November 15:15

Lord Goldsmith writes for on his review of UK citizenship and his belief that diver

Calamity to disaster via oblivion
By Owen Walker - 23 November 15:04

Calamity for the Lib Dems, disaster for the government, via oblivion for the national football teams

Labour's direct attack on London
By Sian Berry - 23 November 9:47

On the day she launches her bid to be London's mayor, Sian Berry rounds on Labour's plans for Heathr

The great grammar con
By Peter Wilby - 22 November 12:00

Grammar schools and "setting" are equally discredited.

I'm very pleased Nick's now aligned with me
By Martin Bright - 22 November 12:00

After the spat with Lib Dem leadership rival Nick Clegg, <strong>Chris Huhne</strong> is unrepentant

Going nowhere fast
By Alex Brummer - 22 November 12:00

Not only has the government presided over the biggest financial bailout in Britain's history, it has

Tactical Briefing
By Staff blogger - 22 November 12:00

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Finding our Brown

Please mind the gap
By Alyssa McDonald - 22 November 12:00

Observations on women’s equality

The Father of the Nation chats up the wrong woman
By Kevin Maguire - 22 November 12:00

All the gossip from the Westminster village

Geekishly attractive
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 22 November 12:00

The Tory education spokesman is a journalist with charm, a big brain and a curious past.

Calamity Brown
By Martin Bright - 22 November 0:00

Martin Bright on the malaise at the heart of government - part of our unrivalled coverage in the <a

Paddick: Orde should replace Blair
By Ben Davies - 21 November 13:21

Former top cop turned Lib Dem London mayoral candidate Brian Paddick explains why Ian Blair cannot r

Don't mention the Chagossians
By Sean Carey - 20 November 10:37

A resolution to the long-running British injustice to the Chagos islanders could have signalled a sw

The story of Clegg's aunt
By Jonathan Calder - 19 November 11:07

She had affairs with HG Wells and Maxim Gorky and was a suspected Soviet spy but can Moura Budberg l

The books are open for Jacqui Smith's replacement
By Owen Walker - 16 November 14:20

Owen Walker on the Home Secretary's political woes, the Lib-Dem leadership contest and Hossein Derak