George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman (@georgeeaton)

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The Staggers
09 February 2010
The Mumsnet vote
The Staggers
08 February 2010
It takes some chutzpah for David Cameron to attack Gordon Brown as a "shameless defender of the old elite"....
The Staggers
05 February 2010
We were expecting at least three parliamentarians to be charged over their expenses this morning and in the event four...
The Staggers
05 February 2010
Steve Hilton's musings on the "post-bureaucratic age" are known to have exasperated Tory MPs in recent months...
The Staggers
04 February 2010
Jason Cowley's interview with Jon Cruddas in this week's magazine is perhaps most noteworthy for Cruddas's new stance...
Politics
04 February 2010
Balls under threat
The Staggers
03 February 2010
Siôn Simon, the Labour MP for Birmingham Erdington, is the latest figure to announce that he's standing down at the...
The Staggers
03 February 2010
As Jonathan Freedland points out in today's Guardian, the past few weeks have seen an extraordinary number of Tory...
The Staggers
02 February 2010
So, 13 years after Labour first promised a referendum on electoral reform, Gordon Brown has finally guaranteed to hold...
The Staggers
02 February 2010
Were Labour to ban men from voting, it would be re-elected with a majority of 68. That's according to today's...
The Staggers
01 February 2010
The Tories have prevaricated for years over Michael Ashcroft's tax status but their time is running out.The Information...
The Staggers
31 January 2010
The Tories have made it clear for some time that they hope to change the law on household defence, but David Cameron's...
The Staggers
31 January 2010
In his Mail on Sunday column, Vince Cable reminds us of a Lib Dem policy that deserves to be better known than it is....
The Staggers
31 January 2010
It's often said that George Osborne is much better at politics than he is at economics and he proved as much on The...
The Staggers
28 January 2010
Fox News may rarely live up to its motto "Fair and balanced", but it can now describe itself as America's...

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