The Ups and Downs of the Conservative Conference
Conservative conference is over... but who has emerged from it with reputations enhanced or otherwise?
Ten things we learned from Cameron's speech 
Here's the Total Politics ten lessons from the prime minister's Tory conference speech
Meanwhile, outside the secure zone... "They're all a bunch of liars"
Beyond the 'true blue' bubble of the ICC, what have the general public made of the Conservative Party conference? Jess Bowie hit the streets of Birmingham to find out 
Cameron's speech: views from the floor
As they emerged from the ICC's Symphony Hall after Dave's big speech, Total Politics asked five delegates for their thoughts

All Hail the Emperor

Blog by Sam Macrory / 29 Sep 2014

All Hail the Emperor

Asked to pick a Roman Emperor that he would like to be, Boris Johnson aimed predictably high..

The Green Agenda

Articles by Sam Macrory / 28 Sep 2014

The Green Agenda

Recently reshuffled out of the ministerial ranks, Damian Green has had time to think about where government gets it wrong and where his party needs to get it right, as Sam Macrory discovered

Survival of the Fittest

Articles by Anoosh Chakelian / 26 Sep 2014

Survival of the Fittest

Anoosh Chakelian talks to Harriet Harman about her party’s chances in the next election, her leader’s performance and her views now on all-women shortlists

Diary: Chris Ship

Articles by Chris Ship / 26 Sep 2014

Diary: Chris Ship

The PM had time for fish markets, but Chris Ship's summer holiday wasn't as quiet as he had hoped...

The McGuffin Effect

Articles by Ian Martin / 26 Sep 2014

The McGuffin Effect

This month: McGuffin is getting ready for conference season as he tells the shadow cabinet...  

10 Things We Learned from Miliband’s speech

Articles 23 Sep 2014

10 Things We Learned from Miliband’s speech

It lacked the rhetorical flair of his 2012 One Nation effort, or the jaw-dropping announcement...  

Fight to the Finish

Articles 21 Sep 2014

Fight to the Finish

Can Labour win in 2015? Will the country vote for Ed? Dan Hodges and John McTernan argue it out

Ed Miliband: My Message to Conference

Rotating box by Ed Miliband / 23 Sep 2014

Ed Miliband: My Message to Conference

To build a better Britain, it's time to vote for change, writes Ed Miliband

Win tickets to see Teh Internet Is Serious Business!

Rotating box by     / 17 Sep 2014

Win tickets to see Teh Internet Is Serious Business!

Teh Internet is Serious Business! is about to open at London's Royal Court theater, and Total Politics is offering readers the chance to win two tickets..

Ten things we learned from Cameron's speech 

Rotating box by Sam Macrory / 01 Oct 2014

Ten things we learned from Cameron's speech 

Here's the Total Politics ten lessons from the prime minister's Tory conference speech

Osborne Observations

Rotating box by Sam Macrory / 29 Sep 2014

Osborne Observations

Sam Macrory picks nine Osbornomic observations

 

Accentuate the Positives

Articles by Sam Macrory / 28 Sep 2014

Accentuate the Positives

Grant Shapps is a man on a mission: to take the Conservative Party into the general election as frontrunners in the polls and on the nation’s doorsteps. His enthusiasm is relentless, but will it make the difference? Sam Macrory attempts to keep up.

Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water...

Homepage by Sonia Purnell / 29 Sep 2014

Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water...

This summer saw Boris Johnson finally declare his ambition to return to Parliament, but why has he decided that it is the right time to surface once more in the choppy Westminster waters? Sonia Purnell looks inside the mind of the man who could be king

The Insider

Rotating box by George Pascoe-Watson / 27 Sep 2014

The Insider

As Cameron steps up to the conference podium, he needs to remind the voting public who it was who plunged us into austerity

 

Labour Conference: The Ups and Downs

Articles by Sam Macrory / 24 Sep 2014

Labour Conference: The Ups and Downs

Labour conference is finally over, but who leaves Manchester on the up, or on the way down? Sam Macrory runs through the charts

Liz Kendall interview

Articles by Sam Macrory / 22 Sep 2014

Liz Kendall interview

Shadow health minister Liz Kendall is on a mission to change the voting public’s view of politicians and to engage with the world beyond Westminster

Speech Problems

Rotating box by Dan Hodges / 22 Sep 2014

Speech Problems

Ed Miliband rises to the challenge of his conference speech each year, but has it hasn't made any difference, says Dan Hodges

Cameron's Worst Nightmare

Blog by Sam Macrory / 17 Sep 2014

Cameron's Worst Nightmare

If Scotland votes Yes, and Cameron resigns, one man stands poised to lift a bruised...  

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