28 January 2014
The politics of the quarterly growth figures underpin a narrative that either says "things are getting better,...
24 January 2014
Imagine if Tony Blair had publicly ripped into Gordon Brown for undermining his leadership and conniving to oust him,...
03 January 2014
When Ed Miliband stands in front of Labour’s special conference in eight short weeks who will he turn to as an...
25 November 2013
The good natured leg-pulling about his Desert Island Discs selections reinforces Ed Miliband’s reputation as the...
22 October 2013
Painting Ed Miliband as an unreconstructed socialist will get the Tory party nowhere warned legendary ad man and former...
13 July 2013
Part of the reaction to Ed Miliband’s speech earlier this week, signalling seismic changes in Labour’s...
06 July 2013
It is fair to say Philip Hollobone and Peter Bone don’t think much of David Cameron’s government. The clan...
24 April 2013
Sinn Fein has confirmed that dissident Irish republicans in Derry are actively targeting Northern Ireland’s...
19 April 2013
Did Margaret Thatcher have a problem with the Irish? It seems a fair question after Peter Mandelson’s odd...
08 April 2013
Cameron never altered the nasty party.
27 March 2013
Post-Blair "Blairism" is now stone-cold dead, writes Kevin Meagher.
22 March 2013
In his book Election ’45: Reflections on the revolution in Britain, which marked the 50th anniversary of the...
26 February 2013
Notwithstanding the defection of UKIP MEP Martina Andreason last Saturday, the Tories look set to lose the Eastleigh by...
13 February 2013
"Devices for despots and dictators". That was Clement Attlee’s brisk dismissal of referendums and it...
24 January 2013
Ed Miliband can perhaps be forgiven for his reluctance to leap in and commit a Labour government to holding an in/out...