But will politicians ever really ‘fess up? Or will the next election campaign be spent making promises that can’t be kept?
If Labour win in 2015, this could be the sort of Prime Minister’s Questions session we get.
Miliband and his party are loath to admit that the private sector is driving Britain’s economy forward. Instead, they want to hamper it with higher taxes.
When Ed won the Labour leadership, it just wasn’t going to be the same ever again…
And: Canny Nicky Morgan. The cruel Foreign Office. Spurn Clegg. Call Balls. A Ruffley inaccurate story. Plus: Don’t you know I’m on holiday?
The sources of anti-semitism are many – but our wilful ignorance must count among them.
Also: PM stands by attacks on Cardiff government in visit to Royal Welsh Show; and Scottish businesses urged to make plans for rUK.
Having lost allies and brutalised Gazans, Hamas find itself alone and in trouble. Let’s hope the organisation surrenders soon.
Charlotte Leslie MP: ISIS. MH17. Boko Haram. There are more serious issues at stake than whether Ministers have bosoms.
Events around the world are a wake-up call from Westminster’s self-absorption.
The difference between the new films and the old ones? Nowadays, good-versus-evil moralising isn’t really done.
And this week’s column contains a mystery closing message to the Prime Minister.
What a demonic encounter helped to teach me about Christian bakers, same-sex dancers, choice, ethics – and the law.
The Scottish Tory leader just demonstrated how she can be the perfect antidote to Salmond.
Also: Stormont flirts with disaster over budget deadlock; ‘Help to Buy’ sees Scotland run out of bricks; and BBC staff plan Commonwealth Games strike.
He could have then called, and won, a second General Election. So why did he strike a deal with the Lib Dems?