Eat your heart out, Red Dave. Cameron's kitchen-sink home movie is outwatched and outscored by YouTube video spoofs from two of the outgoing premier Tony Blair's assassins.
The conference season has confirmed in my mind that the real differences in British politics exist not between the political parties, but within them.
Last week was a milestone in the battle against gas guzzlers - the first ever international conference of anti-4×4 campaigners.
Tony phones George to tell him about John, Gordon looks forward to Cherie's memoirs, while Roy recei
Into Torytown, where security fences kept angry Middle England locked in and stopped tax-cutters fleeing Tax'n'Spend Dodgy Dave's old-time socialism.
The Tories presented a more modern face at their party conference, but David Cameron's newfound pass
Some history lessons on leaving No 10
London’s new Low Emission Zone is the kind of sophisticated, targeted legislation I love.
If the price of the extra two million votes David Cameron needs is a few thousand "scorched earthers
Here in Dorset, we have new-build executive homes coming out of our ears. Acres upon acres of immaculate, toytown-style developments with appropriately rural-sounding names crowd and jostle each other.
Tony praises Cherie's brilliant work, Peter learns his lines, and Gordon is given the bad news, only
Into Tonytown where, behind the security fence, secret "clap teams" arrived at shindigs ahead of the retiring rock star to give him a rousing welcome. They shouldn't have bothered; parties always hug a leader after stabbing him in the back.
With Blair bowing out in style and the search for a successor quickening, the Brown camp is glum. Bu
How can Mandelson talk such nonsense without his tongue catching fire?
Gordon Brown had two tasks at the Labour conference: to make it harder for his enemies to mount a credible challenge against him, and to make it easier for the British public to imagine him as their leader.
I heard on the Sunday of conference that I had been elected as the new female Principal Speaker of the Green Party, which is nice.
They are not enamoured of the Tories, they loathe Labour's infighting and they crave a little honest
Observations on the far left
With the Labour Party in effect now broke and the police probing ever deeper into the loans-for-hono
Regrettably, Labour does not have a new leader in time for this year's party conference. So, regrettably, we won't be hearing the following speech:
As the candidates pledge to use Labour's leadership battles to debate new ideas, where should they l
When he waved goodbye in April, Berlusconi left the public finances in terrible shape. Prodi & Co mu
<strong>The Tony Years</strong>
Craig Brown <em>Ebury Press, 444pp, £14.99</em>
The most important person at Labour's Manchester conference will be nowhere in sight. Like Thatcher
The Liberal Democrats may have voted to drop their 50p top rate policy, but at least they had the co
<strong>Moving Britain Forward: selected speeches 1997-2006</strong>
Interview - Tessa Jowell talks to our political editor, Martin Bright, about super-casinos, the hand