From: The Unit
The gossip from the Westminster village
Prime Minister's Questions comes to life
<p class="byline"></p>Mixed reactions to Alistair Darling's first Pre-Budget Report from John McDonn
The Tory politician calls for the abolition of the corporation that governs London's square mile and
Mixed responses greet Cameron's 'bladder pressurizingly lengthy' speech, and a mysterious sighting c
Political philosopher Martin O'Neill looks at the thinking behind a political issue of the day. In h
Following Gordon Brown's confirmation there will be no autumn poll Sian Berry reflects on the up and
Vidisha Biswas investigates the story of the Chagossians - forcibly removed from their Indian Ocean
Redistribution is now a Tory issue.
Tory papers had fun for months, baiting Cameron. Now there seems to be a hasty change of approach...
The prospect of a snap election has injected some steel into Tories, as Tara Hamilton-Miller reports
Beware the politician who promises to play by the rules. Beware the politician who complains when others play foul. Both have been much on display in these past few weeks as election fever takes hold.
From: The Unit
A significant tax rise will be required, to fund even the modest increases in government spending pr
Martin Bright on the calculations that guided Gordon Brown through the election fever and led him to
The difference between the speeches of the two main party leaders was about class. The election will
Tough Dave is suffering a broken heart, pining for a blonde bombshell who coldly ditched him for a leader with better prospects.
The government needs to be radically more open and transparent about aid spending, writes Shadow Int
NewStatesman.com's coverage of the Burma uprising continues. In this eyewitness report Dafydd Hugh a
Wind-turbines turn to face the wind. Sunflowers turn to face the sun. Will the British public turn o
An optimistic if rather stiff Alan Duncan reports from the Conservative conference on the day he add
Guildford MP Anne Milton files in the small hours from Blackpool where she's found her colleagues in
A day spent tackling Burma, Gaza, four Oxjam concerts, four recruitments and a potential office move
Look to Burma' s struggle, if you need a 'democratic' reminder
Ali Miraj, who was kicked off David Cameron's candidate A-list in July, imagines what he would do if
newstatesman.com's campaign to help the Conservative Party with its London mayoral primary sees Bori