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Finishing the Job

Finishing the Job

We have achieved much for Britain since the last election, but we need to finish the job we’ve started, writes the Prime Minister

Lansley: 'I pursued a strategy – and the PM was supportive'

Lansley: 'I pursued a strategy – and the PM was supportive'

by Amber Elliott / 30 May 2012

The health secretary tells Amber Elliott about his struggle with the health reforms, looking at social care budgets, and why he’s not worried about the future

In conversation with... Neil O'Brien

In conversation with... Neil O'Brien

by Ben Duckworth / 08 Feb 2012

The director of Policy Exchange talks to Ben Duckworth and reveals a Trotskyist past

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The immigration riddle

The immigration riddle

by Sunder Katwala / 27 Dec 2011

Why are the British so anxious about immigration? We should learn from the confident Canadians, says Sunder Katwala

Swayne’s world

Swayne’s world

by Rob Wilson MP / 03 Oct 2011

Rob Wilson MP talks to Des Swayne, a politician with rigorous, often controversial, views, and the man who has stood at David Cameron’s right shoulder for six years

Top ten political reputations made and lost at conference

02 Oct 2011

Total Politics looks at the careers that changed during conference season under the full glare of the lights and cameras

Conservative or what?

by Peter King / 07 Jul 2011

How conservative is Cameron's Conservative party and how does it compare with the Thatcher period?

In conversation with... Chris Rennard

In conversation with... Chris Rennard

by Iain Dale / 09 Jun 2011

Iain Dale catches up with the Lib Dem campaigning legend to find how he views the local election results and what the future holds for his party

Where it went wrong for Yes to AV

by Jess Asato / 12 May 2011

With the benefit of a week's hindsight, the head of the Labour Yes to AV campaign Jessica Asato looks back on where it all went wrong

David Cameron interview on quitting the coalition

David Cameron interview on quitting the coalition

by Rob Wilson / 20 May 2013

Speaking to Total Politics exclusively, the prime minister raises the idea he could quit the coalition before 2015 for the first time in public. Yet, as Rob Wilson finds, he remains firmly against a rightwing lurch and committed to his key team players. Photo by Ellis Parrinder

Lib Dem rebel: ‘I genuinely wanted the health bill to fall’

Lib Dem rebel: ‘I genuinely wanted the health bill to fall’

by Ben Duckworth / 20 Mar 2012

Ben Duckworth chats to Andrew George, the most prominent member of the small group of Lib Dem MPs who desperately tried to kill of the NHS bill. Why does he rebel so often?

The 25 club: Julian Brazier

The 25 club: Julian Brazier

by Holly Smith / 05 Jan 2012

Holly Smith talks to Julian Brazier about his experiences in Parliament since 1987 and being a traditional Conservative in a modernising party

Where power really lies in the government

Where power really lies in the government

by Simon McGee / 29 Nov 2011

David Cameron may be the prime minister, but those in Westminster are well aware that the power behind the throne is George Osborne. He will certainly determine whether Cameron gets a second term, says Simon McGee

Reputations made and lost at conference

Reputations made and lost at conference

by Simon Hoggart / 02 Oct 2011

Simon Hoggart discusses his favourite moments from the speeches witnessed in his many years of covering party conferences

What MEPs really think

What MEPs really think

07 Sep 2011

A ComRes survey for Total Politics reveals that the vast majority of MEPs don’t believe Baroness Ashton is respected. We also discover their views on Cameron, Hague, Obama, Merkel and Sarkozy

What is the Tory right?

by Ben Duckworth / 05 Jul 2011

Ben Duckworth investigates who belongs on the right of the party and whether it really poses a threat to the current Conservative leadership

The five challenges ahead for the coalition

by Sacha Deshmukh / 16 May 2011

They had a longer-than-expected honeymoon, but now the coalition has to show what they're really made of. Sacha Deshmukh lays out the five big challenges ahead for the government

Coalition: One year on

11 May 2011

To mark the first anniversary of the coalition, we ask a variety of MPs for their views on whether Britain is a better or worse place

PMQs: Exclusive interviews with PM, Miliband and Clegg

PMQs: Exclusive interviews with PM, Miliband and Clegg

by Sean Dilley / 21 Mar 2011

It’s rhetorical, blustery, dramatic and a great spectacle, but does Prime Minister’s Questions do a disservice to modern politics? Sean Dilley looks for answers across the despatch box

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