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Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband MP
Garvan Walshe: Poland’s anti-democratic new government puts Thatcher’s Eastern Europe legacy in danger
Establishing democratic government in Eastern Europe was the great success of the Cold War. Poland’s new administration has set about destroying it.
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.
A new account of Labour’s disastrous campaign provides fresh insights for Tory strategists on what we did right and where we can do better.
Led by former Treasury officials, this think tank has placed itself at the heart of the argument about how to help the low-paid.
Excessively loose monetary policy will eventually spark another financial crisis on a potentially more devastating scale.
Another of the Prime Minister’s best PMQs replies.
With the aid of a YouTube meme, today we look back on a few of the Prime Minister’s best PMQs comebacks.
Stephen Crabb and Ruth Davidson: Our upbringing, strong women, hard work – and the One Nation vision that inspires us
In the kind of political street fights we have both been through, we know that you have to be passionate. Your head screwed on, yes, but also with a full beating heart.
Corbyn has retreated on NATO and the EU, been slapped down on Trident, and now his Shadow Chancellor has delivered a speech the old leadership could have written.
By deliberately underplaying the Conservative beliefs that help drive him, he’s had greater room for manoeuvre in putting them into practice.
Reports today concentrate on what Labour would do and whether it would split. But a lesson from 2013 is that Cameron must be careful how he handles his own party.
Mike Freer MP: Labour’s upper echelons can now be considered to be overwhelmingly hostile to Britain’s Jewish community
Corbyn’s election has all at once overtly politicised and alienated an entire community that has long been an integral part of British society.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Corbyn dared to be serious, sincere, worthy, wordy, puritanical and dull
The new Leader of the Opposition adopted a highly defensive strategy, and avoided asking about the economy.
His victory means that we can update an old To The Point chart.