The former Prime Minister may stand down from Parliament next year. Here’s our attempt at a friendly send-off.
I’d rather have clumsy but well-meaning Lord Freud in Government than Labour, the party of manufactured outrage.
There is a moral in the conflated row exactly a week ago over Lord Freud’s remarks.
Are the charities trying to break a taboo – or to enforce it?
Labour’s Angela Eagle is booed and heckled on BBC Question Time as she attacks the Government Minister.
The welfare minister has issued an apology. Should he resign, as Miliband demands? Or is he in the right?
The Prime Minister treats UKIP’s policies with much greater respect than he treats the Leader of the Opposition.
By Harry PhibbsFollow Harry on Twitter The House of Lord held a debate on youth unemployment on Thursday. This sort of issue is generally debated in a rather less partisan way in the Lords than it would be in the House of Commons. The Labour peer Lord Adonis said: School standards are still not nearly high […]
Lord Freud was formerly an adviser to the Labour Government on welfare reform before quitting to join the Conservatives in February 2009. Since ennobled, he is now shadow minister for welfare reform and is leading for the Conservatives on the Child Poverty Bill, which has its Committee Stage in the Lords next week. After over […]