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Attitudes towards disabled people have been transformed over the past 20 years or so, and it was a Conservative Government which implemented the first disability discrimination bill.
I’m not going to report each time the Party Chairman announces a new attack website, but here’s today’s, timed for the start of Miliband’s Conference.
It’s no surprise to see Conservative attack dog Chris Grayling sinking his fangs into Labour’s spending pledges in today’s Sunday… Read more »
Guido has the better headline: "It'll be All White On The Night." And as he acknowledges the spot was originally… Read more »
In 2001 or so, I wrote a speech for Iain Duncan Smith that went well enough, and was drafted on… Read more »
In my ToryDiary of earlier today about Andrew Mitchell case, and the failure of Operation Alice to report a year… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. The Confessions of Gordon Brown, Kevin Toolis's window into the seventh circle of the… Read more »
It is a year today since Operation Alice, the investigation by the Met into the Andrew Mitchell affair, was launched:… Read more »
Few attempts are made, either on the left or the right, to read across what's happening in the rest of… Read more »
The Daily Mirror likes to see itself as a fount of truth about the NHS, so let's look at recent… Read more »
It doesn't seem to have occured to Lynton Crosby's critics that he could both have a commercial interest in a… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. Here are the figures from the Guardian: Conservatives: 36 per cent (+ 7). Labour:… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. As Christopher Howarth pointed out on this site last week, the Government has an… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter. Here are the figures. 14 hospital trusts were investigated by the hospital review commissioned… Read more »