In pictures: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee address

In pictures: The Queen's Diamond Jubilee address

by Caroline Crampton / 20 Mar 2012

The Queen visited Parliament to address MPs and Lords and respond to tributes on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee

Lockerbie: the darker side of US-UK relations

by Caroline Crampton / 13 Mar 2012

A report has identified six possible grounds for a miscarriage of justice in the Lockerbie trial, including the fact that payments from the US department of justice to key witnesses went undisclosed

Weekend reads | 2 March

by Caroline Crampton / 02 Mar 2012

Recommendations for the best long-form writing you should be reading this weekend

Review: The Agenda with Tom Bradby

by Caroline Crampton / 28 Feb 2012

Strong guests and light-touch presenting suggest that this new current affairs discussion show is going to do well

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Weekend reads | 24 February

by Caroline Crampton / 24 Feb 2012

Recommendations for the best long-form writing you should be reading this weekend

Moore seizes the initiative on Scottish independence

by Caroline Crampton / 22 Feb 2012

The Scottish secretary has laid out a referendum timetable that would see an independence referendum held a year before the Scottish government are proposing

Lansley plays hide and seek at health questions

by Caroline Crampton / 21 Feb 2012

The health secretary lets his ministerial team bear the brunt of the attacks on the Health and Social Care bill

Charlie Brooker's Sun poem

by Caroline Crampton / 16 Feb 2012

Brooker's rhyming list of things or people The Sun has 'witch-hunted' is worth a watch

Weekend reads | 10 February

by Caroline Crampton / 10 Feb 2012

Recommendations for the best long-form writing you should be reading this weekend

Time to stamp out the trolls, says MP

Time to stamp out the trolls, says MP

by Caroline Crampton / 08 Feb 2012

Online bullying and abuse is widely acknowledged to be a serious problem, but a nightmare for prosecutors. Steve Rotheram MP is determined to make sure justice gets done

Miliband's GP adviser calls for BMA to strike

by Caroline Crampton / 13 Mar 2012

Dr Kailash Chand has suggested that the British Medical Association should ballot its members

Steve Hilton to take unpaid sabbatical from No 10

by Caroline Crampton / 02 Mar 2012

David Cameron's director of strategy will be taking a year's sabbatical from Downing Street starting in the summer

The unionists’ tough choice on the anti-independence campaign

by Caroline Crampton / 28 Feb 2012

Cross-party talks have begun in Scotland about the pro-unionist campaign, but how united are they?

Conservative PPS: Lords reform 'should be at the bottom of our priorities right now'

by Caroline Crampton / 27 Feb 2012

Nick Clegg is determined to push ahead with House of Lords reform, but his Conservative coalition colleagues don't seem so keen

For Cameron, foreign aid translates into global influence

by Caroline Crampton / 23 Feb 2012

Speaking after the London Somalia conference, the prime minister hinted at his motives for the government commitment to foreign aid

Jacob Rees-Mogg and 'floccinaucinihilipilification'

by Caroline Crampton / 22 Feb 2012

Speaking in the Commons yesterday, Jacob Rees-Mogg once again showed off his eccentric and enormous vocabulary

Weekend reads | 17 February

by Caroline Crampton / 17 Feb 2012

Recommendations for the best long-form writing you should be reading this weekend

Tony Lloyd MP to run as Manchester police commissioner

by Caroline Crampton / 14 Feb 2012

The chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party is to hand his nomination papers to the Labour Party today

Up with women, down with ‘golden skirts’

Up with women, down with ‘golden skirts’

by Caroline Crampton / 09 Feb 2012

The prime minister’s interest in Scandinavian gender equality laws is good, but we need to avoid importing the Scandinavian opposition’s derogatory language with it

Dickens’s Parliament is oddly familiar

Dickens’s Parliament is oddly familiar

by Caroline Crampton / 07 Feb 2012

He might be celebrated as a novelist, but Dickens started off as a parliamentary sketch writer, and Parliament in his day sounds remarkably similar to it is now

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