Brown's 'reign of terror' at Downing Street

Body blow for PM as former spin-doctor's book reveals tantrums and turbulence at No 10

'Psychologically flawed? That doesn't come close'

In these exclusive extracts from the explosive memoirs of former spin doctor Lance Price, Gordon Brown's draconian rule at No 10 is laid bare

Mark Steel: They believed what suited them, and ignored what didn't

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Campbell defends Blair in emotional interview

Former prime minister Tony Blair did not mislead Parliament in the run-up to the Iraq War, Alastair Campbell insisted today.

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The former deputy prime minister kissed, and now his wife is telling. Her candid new book reveals all

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Jones forsakes celebrity house

Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones was approached to appear in Celebrity Big Brother for, I can reveal, a figure not unadjacent to £150,000. Now living in rural bliss with a number of damaged animals, she decided against submitting herself to the profile-raising ordeal.

Richard Ingrams’s Week: Let him who is without sin put in an expenses claim

It was Dr Johnson, who, when one of his young aristocratic friends was thinking of going into politics, urged him to go ahead, observing that he would "make a very pretty rascal".

One Minute With: Alastair Campbell

Campbell to coach PM for Piers Morgan appearance

Tony Blair's former spin doctor Alastair Campbell is to coach Gordon Brown ahead of his showpiece interview with Piers Morgan, he said yesterday.

Brown 'didn't care about expenses – only himself'

Gordon Brown was more concerned about salvaging his own reputation than the damage to Parliament when the expenses scandal erupted, according to a book published yesterday.

Sam Wallace: Forget the scandal – what is best for the England team is all that matters

Capello is not a manager who will be spooked into dancing to someone else's agenda

Brown 'frozen out of war decision'

Tony Blair planned to use a quick victory in Iraq to stamp his authority on the Government and remove Gordon Brown from the Treasury, a former Cabinet minister said yesterday.

Leading article: The truth on trial

As much as with Margaret Thatcher and the Falklands, Britain's role in the Iraq conflict has been personally identified with Tony Blair. He often referred to it as "my decision", and did so again in his evidence to the Chilcot inquiry on Friday. Yet one of the important themes emerging from the inquiry is the extent to which the Iraq war was a collective enterprise.

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