Politics
17 January 2008
The timing is awkward. David Miliband has been urged by his top mandarins to cancel our interview. They don't want us...
Politics
13 December 2007
Ed Balls is worried about Christmas. It just isn't the way it was when he was a lad. He talks excitedly about the...
Law
20 September 2007
It's hard to imagine, but Jack Straw clearly fancies himself as a character in Life on Mars, the hit retro cop drama in...
Politics
02 August 2007
The Home Office has turned out to be a graveyard for new Labour politicians. David Blunkett and Charles Clarke were...
Politics
12 March 2007
On the mantelpiece in Hazel Blears's House of Commons office, alongside the obligatory pictures of constituents...
UK Politics
19 February 2007
As we settle down on the sofa, Hilary Benn launches straight into a story about a recent visit to South Africa, where...
UK Politics
05 February 2007
Jon Cruddas is not a household name, but he may yet become one. The MP for Dagenham has a strategy for reviving the...
Politics
29 January 2007
Harriet Harman is a militant in the "lilac revolution". She has even coloured her new website lilac in preparation. Her...
Politics
22 January 2007
Before we arrived to meet Peter Hain at the Millbank monstrosity that houses MI5 as well as the Northern Ireland Office...