Lance Price

Lance Price is a former Director of Communications for the Labour Party and author of ‘Where Power Lies’ (Simon and Schuster) and 'The Spin Doctor's Diary'. Since September 2011 he has been Executive Director of the Kaleidoscope Trust.

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Ed Miliband is so scared of becoming Tony Blair he has forgotten how to communicate

Over the past four years there have been long periods of almost monastic silence from Miliband's office, allowing his opponents to dominate the agenda

Voters might not want to listen to Tony Blair, but Ed Miliband's Labour party would be foolish not to

As the former prime minister wrote in his New Statesman article, politics in Britain has moved on - just not in the direction some had hoped

I’m a gay man and I wasn’t convinced by equal marriage either. Now I am.

It's taken me a while to convince myself of the arguments for marriage, but as MPs vote today on historic proposals to legalise gay marriage, I'm more convinced than ever

Lord Justice Leveson

Leveson is reporting on an issue of trust, not truss. Journalists should face true scrutiny too

An Office for Journalistic Responsibility would be too much. But why don't the press collectively fund a website to offer instant right of reply to those they write about?

Is Ed Miliband hungry enough for power? That's the real test - as his brother David knows only too well

To become Prime Minister, it's not even good enough to say and do the right things. As Tony Blair proved, you have to brim with energy and determination

Lance Price: Pull the other one, Tony. You let Murdoch shape policy

Rupert Murdoch was the 24th member of the Cabinet. On many major decisions his views were taken into account

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