'You have to respect the decision people made' Labour leader says
The former European Commissioner was being interviewed for a documentary examining why the British public voted to leave the EU
A new group at King’s College, London, is bringing together political leaders, civil service mandarins and students to provide ‘institutional memory’ for government departments
Carmignac equities fund boss departs after investing in scheme run by Lars Windhorst, who is advised by the former Business Secretary
Henderson's book was a blueprint for a better way of living
Labour peer says former leader's 'vainglorious project' cost the party an election they 'could have' won
Having promised to approach our predictions for 2016 with more diligence and humility, we proceeded to make our reckless forecasts pretty much as before
Lord Mandelson says Labour has 'exchanged one loser for an even worse one' by replacing Ed Miliband with Jeremy Corbyn
Former Labour business secretary says proposal to restrict bills for 20 months could undo years of his work under Blair and Brown
A former Labour whip has criticised Ed Miliband for his failure to “attack the Government” during the parliamentary recess and called for Lord Mandelson to return as the Opposition’s chief spin-doctor.
Lord Mitchell, an entrepreneur and former party spokesman in the Lords, said that he initially supported the £42.6 billion scheme but had changed his mind
The intervention came as the cross-party British Influence group launches a manifesto titled Better off in a Better Europe
Alastair Campbell told the Leveson Inquiry yesterday that he believed Cherie Blair's former style guru, Carole Caplin, was the source of leaks that revealed some of the inside secrets of the Blairs' life inside No 10. However Tony Blair's former spinner-in-chief revealed that Ms Caplin was recently been told by Scotland Yard that her mobile was targeted by Glenn Mulcaire, the jailed private detective commissioned by the News of the World.
News International faces the threat of a new police inquiry into allegations of illegal newsgathering techniques after Scotland Yard revealed it is considering a full criminal inquiry into the activities of a disgraced private eye who supplied the News of the World.
It was curiously fitting to find In Our Time contemplating the end of the world as we know it. It's all too easy, gazing round the broadcasting landscape and chancing on programmes like F*** Off I'm Fat, or Snog, Marry, Avoid?, to get an inkling of cultural apocalypse. But if there was ever a programme to be put in a time capsule to prove that alongside the deluge of drivel with which we divert ourselves there was something that justified millennia of brain evolution, then it's In Our Time. I don't think this is over the top, is it?
It is four years since Rob Andrew beat Sir Clive Woodward to Twickenham's top rugby job in a contest so muddied by political manoeuvring that it would have been no surprise to discover Peter Mandelson, the Prince of Darkness himself, at the heart of the process. Now, there is at least an outside chance of Woodward returning to the scene of his greatest sporting triumph, effectively at Andrew's expense. What goes around comes around.