Andrew Grice

Andrew Grice has been Political Editor of The Independent since 1998. He was previously Political Editor of The Sunday Times, where he worked for 10 years, and he has been a Westminster-based journalist since 1982. His column, Inside Politics, appears in The Independent each Saturday.

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David Cameron's 'political rhetoric' on the EU is risking the future of British business, industry leader warns

Sir Michael Rake reminds the PM 'openness has always been the foundation of Britain's success'

Ed Miliband’s allies insist there is “no plot” to ditch him
The Labour leader insisted he “relished the fight for the future”

Shadow Cabinet makes public show of support for Ed Miliband's leadership

Behind the scenes though, unrest remains

Top Labour figures rally around Ed Miliband, warning revolt 'muttering' could cost party next election

Andy Burnham and Yvette Cooper both dismiss speculation over coup and pledge allegiance to leader

Labour has slumped to its lowest rating for more than four years

Ed Miliband fights for his political life amid rumours of Labour backbench coup

Miliband insists talk of a backbench revolt is 'nonsense'

Simon Hughes has been at the Ministry of Justice for 11 months

Prisons Minister Simon Hughes hits out at Tories' 'sticking plaster solutions' for jail crisis

EXCLUSIVE: Chris Grayling’s punitive approach not based in evidence, says Hughes

Simon Hughes, who has been at the Ministry of Justice for 11 months, says he has no problem working with Chris Grayling

Simon Hughes interview: 'For a large number of people, prison hasn’t worked and isn’t working'

Exclusive: Lib Dem Prisons Minister wants Government to halt the 'revolving door'

Rachel Reeves, shadow work and pensions minister, promised to expand the policy if Labour are elected

London's Brent Council becomes first local authority to offer Living Wage incentive

Labour-run council to offer one-off tax cuts to businesses

Liberal Democrat Norman Baker resigned as Home Office minister on Monday night

Norman Baker’s departure underlines Coalition’s divergence

"The Lib Dems are like a plane with a fuel tank full of holes"

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan

David Blunkett: Nicky Morgan should be forgiven for opposing gay marriage

Education Secretary and Equalities Minister Nicky Morgan voted against same-sex marriage

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