The mysterious case of the four-digit hack-tracker
By Kevin Maguire - 01 November 0:00

Surveillance concerns in the press gallery and fears for the welfare of the hyperactive Michael Gove

Not the general election
By Staff blogger - 30 October 15:37

Instead of the 1 November election and in association with <a href="">The Fabi

Work and amnesty are answer to asylum disarray
By Paul Donovan - 29 October 13:33

Asylum seekers should be allowed to work, while an amnesty would clear the backlog and remove a pote

The doublethink of 'democracy'
By Martin O'Neill - 29 October 11:44

If The Sun took the democratic rights of the Brits seriously it would campaign for Murdoch's influen

Kirst when it comes to TV talent
By Ben Davies - 26 October 17:08

A nomination, a load of new content and the perils of indulging in nepotism

Without actions, the words just ring hollow
By Owen Walker - 26 October 15:44

Both Brown and Cameron have delivered some rather fiery speeches, but words must precipitate action

Green solutions for London
By Sian Berry - 26 October 11:09

Only the likes of Tesco Metro can afford expensive tube campaigns, your local deli suffers and Londo

Times of turmoil
By Hywel Williams - 25 October 13:00

<strong>Borrowed Time: the Story of Britain Between the Wars</strong>

Roy Hattersley <em>Little,

Tactical Briefing
By Staff blogger - 25 October 13:00

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Europe/Funding

Middle England. They’re nicer than you think
By Richard Reeves - 25 October 13:00

Middle Englanders are insular, selfish and intolerant. Not so, argues Richard Reeves. Plus Stephen A

No pain, no gain
By Adam Boulton - 25 October 13:00

As Europe ensnares the PM just as it did his predecessors, Adam Boulton watches Gordon Brown talking

Low status kills
By Peter Wilby - 25 October 13:00

Why working for Tesco will shorten your life.

So cool it hurts
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 25 October 13:00

Bring on the new crop of celebs. Tara Hamilton-Miller identifies the A-listers and C-listers working

Accidental Middle Englanders
By Stephen Armstrong - 25 October 1:00

Stephen Armstrong finds a worried generation

Peace in our time as Who and Smug promise not to sulk
By Kevin Maguire - 25 October 1:00

All the gossip from the Westminster Village

Don't become pressure group Rodgers warns Lib Dems
By Bill Rodgers - 24 October 17:35

SDP founder and Lib Dem peer, Bill Rodgers, warns his party against becoming a pressure group

Chewing the fat
By Martin O'Neill - 22 October 17:05

How it is important to avoid fatuous pronouncements about obesity if one wants to have a sensible di

Labour's myopic vision
By Douglas Parr - 22 October 13:06

Aggressive land-grabs, backed up by a looming military threat, will not bring energy security, write

Machiavelli and the Lib Dems
By Owen Walker - 19 October 13:36

Owen Walker traces the coup against Ming Campbell, from its early stages

Labour veteran slates 'open door' immigration
By Frank Field - 18 October 18:27

The economic benefit of immigration is miniscule compared to the cost argues Frank Field as he lays

Let's give the Eurosceptics a referendum
By Michael Moore - 18 October 17:14

Lib Dem foreign affairs spokesman Michael Moore argues it is time to take the fight to the Euroscept

EU Reform Treaty 'good for Britain'
By Jim Murphy - 18 October 16:27

Europe Minister Jim Murphy explains his take on the Lisbon summit while Lib Dem <a href="/2007101800

Why I asked Chris Huhne to run
By Lynne Featherstone - 18 October 14:37

Lynne Featherstone explains why she thinks Chris Huhne is the right man to lead the Lib Dems - and w

A new revolutionary slogan
By Peter Wilby - 18 October 13:00

Peter Wilby identifies a remedy for Brown's ills

Jack the Lad and another case of mistaken identity
By Kevin Maguire - 18 October 13:00

All the gossip from the Westminster village

The new gentrifiers
By Joe Moran - 18 October 13:00

Farmers' markets, "loft living" and resident parking are the modern equivalents of knocked-through l

The exit beckons for Britain
By Charles Grant - 18 October 13:00

A bigger danger lurks for Brown if he doesn't make the case for the EU treaty.

Life on the inside
By John Harris - 18 October 13:00

<strong>House Music: the Oona King Diaries</strong>

Oona King <em>Bloomsbury, 373pp, £12.99 </em>

Gordon's new friends
By Martin Bright - 18 October 13:00

The removal of Menzies Campbell has done the Prime Minister several favours - not that he would be a

A black and white glimpse of the past
By Darcus Howe - 18 October 13:00

The crowd, black and white, pounced on this vanguard of racism and inflicted on those reactionaries