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Wednesday 19 May 2010
A website dedicated to keeping a close eye on backbench rebellions in the Commons is to close after it was refused further funding.
Monday 17 May 2010
David Miliband launched his bid to lead the Labour Party today and called his brother and rival for the post "a huge talent".
Tuesday 30 March 2010
Tony Blair returned to the domestic political stage today with an attack on "vacuous" Tory promises of change.
Thursday 25 March 2010
Truancy in England's schools rose to record levels last year, official statistics showed today.
Thursday 04 March 2010
John Smith, the former Labour Party leader, used to tell a story about Michael Foot from the dying days of the 1970s Labour government.
Wednesday 03 March 2010
Michael Foot, who has died today, was a brilliant man and a cannier politician than his later self-caricature as a bumbling anachronism.
Wednesday 27 January 2010
A light-hearted knockabout at Prime Minister's Questions today.
Wednesday 27 January 2010
Tony Blair is to end his self-imposed exile from politics to campaign for another term in office for Gordon Brown, it emerged last night.
Friday 22 January 2010
Paul Waugh is only doing it to disrupt my real work. Now he decides to take issue with something I wrote before Tony Blair's appearance on the Fern Britton programme.
Wednesday 23 December 2009
It was one of the worst-kept secrets in Westminster: which cabinet minister said Gordon Brown would be a "fucking disaster" as prime minister before he had even stepped into 10 Downing Street?
Monday 07 December 2009
Listening to Tony Blair, as prime minister, making a speech was often a moving experience. His labour conference address of 2001, days after the 9/11 attacks; the short and staccato signing off in the Commons as he left office.
Thursday 03 December 2009
The Queen's Speech was all about dividing lines. The Schools Secretary, Ed Balls, suggested huge differences with his Tory shadow, Michael Gove, over their policies on school diversity. Mr Gove happily joined in, contrasting his plans with those of his opponent.
Sunday 29 November 2009
Thursday 05 November 2009
, I wanted to flag up a piece by Edward Heathcoat-Amory in last Saturday's Mail. It's entitled 'Inside Blair Inc'. It's what we in the industry call a cuts job.
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