Peter Mandelson

Peter Mandelson was European Commissioner for Trade, 2004-2008. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Hartlepool from 1992 to 2004, served in a number of Cabinet positions under both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown

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Eurosceptic: Nigel Farage expects a political earthquake this week

The best place to change the EU is the EU

A former European Commissioner for Trade says David Cameron is wrong to pick a fight with Europe

Podium: After the crunch, we must know where new jobs will come from

The first question for a long-term take on the UK labour market has to be, what kind of British economy is going to emerge from the current downturn?

Podium: New Labour has had to adapt its economic policy to suit the times

The world of 2008 is simply not the world of 1997. In the mid-1990s, New Labour's vision was an "enabling state" that strengthened the supply side of the economy, welcomed the dynamism of markets and worked to ensure that as many people as possible benefited.

Ulster is a battleground no longer. It is a land of hope and progress

`The poison the ideological battles of the 19th century introduced is being replaced by common sense'

Wave goodbye to branch meetings and say hello to virtual Labour

`For the vast majority of those not in a political party, political activists are strange people'

The knowledge-based economy: Blueprint for British prosperity

A preview of the White Paper for improving competitiveness; Peter Mandelson, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, says know- how and innovation are vital to industrial growth

Letter: Nothing to do with me

LEST SILENCE be taken as confirmation of the assertions in Tim Hulse's article "The subjects still object to Queen Camilla" (17 March), I should like to make it absolutely clear that I have not played "a major role" in influencing the discussions of the "Way Ahead group". I have had no involvement whatsoever in these deliberations; I know only as much about the work of the "Way Ahead group" as anyone else who follows coverage in your newspaper and others.

The only way to be radical is to be prudent

Peter Mandelson replies to the Independent

Banning cigarette ads in Formula One won't work

Peter Mandelson Keeping Our Promises

PROPOSITIONS Blair: a man for all classes

New Labour is for estates and leafy avenues alike, says Peter Mandelson
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