Having undermined the Eds’ fiscal message, he then criticised their career path.
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The Labour MP’s brave and moving report should make us rethink more than just complaints handling.
A typical undecided voter is around twice as likely to be female than male, and is most likely to be aged between 25-39 years old
A review of James Graham’s play ‘Tory Boyz’, currently on at the Ambassadors Theatre in London.
Perhaps the worst thing that can happen to a small party is to find itself with a council to run.
Were the next election to produce a hung Parliament, Browne would surely urge the formation of a second blue-yellow coalition.
The Right are great at intellectualising ideas, whereas the Left are better at campaigning. We need to turn our work into campaigns.
The kind of Tory Party that Cameron should have built is the one that is being set out by Robert Halfon on ConservativeHome this week.
Some familiar faces on the rise as the last details of the reshuffle are confirmed.
Local purples are standing aside for “like-minded” Conservative councillors.
In It Together: Andrew Gimson reviews Matthew d’Ancona’s penetrating account of a coalition that cannot explain itself
The book provides a feast of material – and is too canny to pretend to say the last word on its topic.
…whose dog then bites his bottom (the protester’s, not Dale’s)
Andy McDonald, the Labour MP for Middlesbrough, has an article in the New Statesman about Britain’s economic divide. It's pretty… Read more »
The Deep End has featured articles by Dan Hodges before (here and here) – which are typical of his fearlessly honest style. There are… Read more »
The prospect of a British shale gas revolution attracts broad support across the centre-right. As well it might do, because… Read more »