Lord Mandelson says Labour has 'exchanged one loser for an even worse one' by replacing Ed Miliband with Jeremy Corbyn
It was reported that the New Labour grandee had tried to sink the leadership contest
Former Business Secretary also said the party needed to spell out a clear economic message
When it was announced that the Gay Hussar restaurant in Soho was to be closed up and sold by its owners, Corus Hotels, its dedicated clientele were disconsolate. How, they asked in various newspapers and magazine columns, could this monument to Hungarian food and late 20th-century Labour politics be lost to the property spivs?
The intervention came as the cross-party British Influence group launches a manifesto titled Better off in a Better Europe
Former Business Secretary says HS2 could 'damage' the northern regions it is intended to help
Former Deputy Prime Minister irate at missing out on title
When politicians who believe everyone is middle class see vast decaying housing estates, they must think someone’s having a giant dinner party with a Victorian theme.
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.
Tory HQ wrecked in worst street violence since 1990 poll tax riots
Labour's grandees were locked in a furious battle of words yesterday as they took opposing sides over which of the Miliband brothers should be the party's next leader.
I'm sitting in my house in London and I'm looking at my emails. I can see my gallery railings with French windows down below. There's an extremely handsome cat walking about in my garden.
A further twist in the tale of Lord Mandelson and the Rothschild family was played out yesterday in a small market town in Wales, when the former business secretary revoked permission for Hannah Rothschild to show a documentary she has made of the old family friend.
His 'psychological flaws' have become notorious. And yet, says Donald Macintyre, Gordon Brown may just have saved his party
The Tories got the big judgements on the recession wrong. Now, in their ideological zeal for cuts, they want to take a massive risk
Brown, Cameron and Clegg do battle before the nation this week. Michael Cockerell on a spectacle that's been 46 years in the making