• Miliband and Malky Mackay Arm in Arm
    Former Cardiff manager Malky MacKay has been splashed across the Mail today after racist and homophobic text messages sent during his time at the club cost him ...
  • Forgetful Bercow Trashes Former Clerk
    Steve Richards has become the preferred conduit for the Speaker’s spin in the ‘Canberra caterer’ row. Having taken copy, Richard’s regurgitated it for the Guardian: “In ...
  • Quote of the Day
    Lord Glasman tells it like it is: “The first thing is to acknowledge that Labour has been captured by a kind of aggressive public sector ...
  • In Full: The Damning Bercow Appointment Email
    The now infamous email from the Clerk of the Australian Senate makes very clear that the issue’s around Bercow’s choice of Clerk is not one ...
  • Chuka’s Speech Draws Massive Crowd
    The Shadow Business Secretary’s contribution to Labour’s summer of ‘The Choice’ speeches really set the world on fire this afternoon. They were queuing round the ...
  • Complicity
    What is it to be complicit in the actions of another state? It is a question raised by those speaking loudly against Israel, but not against ...
  • Not in my name?
    It is hard to express my feelings about the gulf that has emerged between my views on the terrible, catastrophic situation in the Middle East ...
  • Personalities, Promises and Policies
    When Ed Miliband stood up to decry a political and media that places image above policy, it was easy to both agree with his argument and ...
  • The long overdue death of the ‘Progressive moment’?
    There are many default responses in British politics, reactions to occurrences that don’t require much thought. A good Tory one is the desire to lower regulation ...
  • Gaza: Avoiding ‘Victory’
    I wanted to write on Gaza in the hopeful calm of a temporary ceasefire. It was not to be. Within a couple of hours of the ...
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