Rafael Behr is political columnist at the Guardian and former political editor of the New Statesman

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The Staggers
04 September 2012
The path ahead is no clearer.
The Staggers
30 August 2012
One of the very few consolations of political opposition is the time it affords to think. The pace of government often...
UK Politics
29 August 2012
The longest journey begins, as every family knows, not with a single step but with a wail from the back seat of “...
The Staggers
09 August 2012
A new Tory threat.
UK Politics
08 August 2012
An unhappy relationship.
The Staggers
06 August 2012
PM and his deputy are bound together.
The Staggers
02 August 2012
The party is utterly broke.
The Staggers
01 August 2012
The row about work capability assessments rumbles on. These are the tests that are meant to establish which recipients...
The Staggers
31 July 2012
The Mayor's next move.
The Staggers
26 July 2012
Cable the fifth columnist.
The Staggers
25 July 2012
At one level the diplomatic protocols to be observed by a Prime Minister towards foreign elections are pretty...
UK Politics
25 July 2012
The Mayor is a living taunt.
The Staggers
23 July 2012
Hollande is an electoral mascot for Miliband.
The Staggers
19 July 2012
David Cameron would not campaign for a “No” vote if the British people were asked in a referendum if they...
The Staggers
18 July 2012
There is more consensus in Britain’s economic policy debate than either Labour or the Tories like to admit. As my...

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