Kevin Maguire is Associate Editor (Politics) on the Daily Mirror and author of our Commons Confidential column on the high politics and low life in Westminster. An award-winning journalist, he is in frequent demand on television and radio and co-authored a book on great parliamentary scandals. He was formerly Chief Reporter on the Guardian and Labour Correspondent on the Daily Telegraph.

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Politics
07 June 2007
Druggie Dave's appointment of the shamed Screws of the World editorix Andy Coulson as his £275,000 Ali Campbell...
UK Politics
04 June 2007
Desperately in need of fresh rib-ticklers is Big Gordie, guilty of recycling old gags so often the punchlines are in...
UK Politics
28 May 2007
To the inaugural Labour hustings in Warwick University's arts complex, where it was so dark in the gallery that hacks...
UK Politics
21 May 2007
The Labour leader is dead, long live the Labour leader! Blairites flocking with indecent haste to the incoming premier'...
Politics
14 May 2007
Treasury decks were being cleared for the arrival of Jack "The Lad" Straw as chancellor before the Robominister, John...
UK Politics
07 May 2007
Word reaches of a hysterical Cherie Blair venting her spleen about the man she believes has bullied her husband out of...
UK Politics
30 April 2007
A touching cross-party exchange was witnessed in a Commons corridor, with two fading political galacticos united...
UK Politics
23 April 2007
Talk of a last-ditch attempt by fanatics to sink the Dreadnought that is Big Gordie amid plotting on HMS Belfast, a...
UK Politics
16 April 2007
Druggie Dave's "Big Idea", if he gets to cycle into Downing Street, failed to impress the Daily Torygraph - wobbling as...
Politics
09 April 2007
Labour evidently needs to learn a few new tunes after Jon "Crusher" Cruddas went backstage at the NEC in Birmingham to...
UK Politics
02 April 2007
Miss Whiplash, the vengeful Labour dominatrix Jacqui Smith, blocked the return to service of one of the Labour Eight...
UK Politics
26 March 2007
Reinforcements are on their way to bolster the half-dozen Old Etonians advising Druggie Dave and his 15 school chums on...
UK Politics
19 March 2007
Brave souls still thinking of risking their careers to challenge Big Gordie may pause for a moment after reading this...
UK Politics
12 March 2007
Whitehall thoughts are turning to the tricksy issue of the outgoing premier's resignation honours. With gags,...
UK Politics
05 March 2007
Mad, staring eyes and rictus grins from the outgoing premier Tony Blair and Ulster viceroy Peter Hain when Rhodri...

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