As Jude Law brings a touch of Hollywood to the role of Hamlet, Jason Cowley draws parallels between
A preview of our exclusive interview with Alan Johnson, the new Home Secretary and the man tipped to
Bob Geldof didn’t like Mondays, but one of David Cameron’s posh boys has an aversion to Sundays. The surname of that one-time Charterhouse head boy, Jeremy Hunt, is deliberately mispronounced, I hear, in his Surrey backyard.
He has defied political gravity and steered a way through this minefield reshuffle
Hutton and Hoon resign from the Cabinet, Alan Johnson appointed Home Secretary, Darling to remain Ch
In order to survive, the Prime Minister must not replace Alistair Darling with Ed Balls
Turn on the radio, tune in to BBC News 24, drop in, if you must, to an internet cafe, but whatever you do, stay abreast of events, because anything might happen this weekend and, most intriguingly, the consequences flowing from whatever might happen are not easy to discern.
Bereft of ideas, the party leaders are ransacking the storehouse of history. Yet, in their very desp
The country waits for a government to lead again, with or without Mr Brown
. . . on a celebrity parliament, cold-calling Labour and the Mongoose
With Brown’s chances of survival “less than 50-50”, a reform agenda with the Lib Dems may be Labour’
The hapless Michael Martin is soon to depart as Speaker. The progressive Tory MP John Bercow explain
Domestic disasters threaten to skew British voters' outlook in this year's EU polls. But knowing how
Study says smears scandal has damaged Labour's online efforts
Nick Clegg's star is in the ascendant and membership to his party is rising. Our political correspon
Druggie Dave tries Blair’s denim ball-muggers
Ignore the conventional wisdom. The combination of an improving economy and Gordon Brown’s sheer blo
The local and European elections leave both main parties vulnerable, but Gordon Brown’s career depen
Tales of tax evasion and phantom mortgages conceal a more profound venality in our political monoculture.
In the vanguard of the Post-Bureaucratic Age
First thoughts... on an elected second chamber, essential citizens and Esther Rantzen
Unlike the Profumo affair, which had no lasting significance, the scandal over MPs’ expenses is the
In this interview from 2009, Nick Clegg spoke of his "disdain" for the Conservatives and said that D
The party must seize the initiative from Clegg and support electoral reform
A leading parliamentary historian looks at the life and times of Sir John Trevor who, until this wee
As the candidates to replace Michael Martin line up, more and more Labour MPs are backing an unlikel
‘‘This case potentially could close down journalism,” said the Sunday Tribune journalist Suzanne Breen after her hearing at Laganside court in Belfast on 12 May.
Metal Mickey’s saintly successors-to-be