by Shane Greer / 23 Apr 2009
We all know how powerful technology has been as a transformative force in politics. But what can it do for the environment? Shane Greer poses the question.
by Shane Greer / 18 Mar 2009
I was watching an episode of the West Wing recently in which the character Charlie Young attempts to make progress on the ‘earned income tax credit policy', which gives a tax refund to the poor.
by Shane Greer / 22 Jan 2009
by Shane Greer / 21 Jan 2009
At the height of the Baby P scandal there was a particularly fraught moment during PMQs when Gordon Brown accused David Cameron of playing party politics, an accusation that lead to visible anger on Cameron's part, his paper flew across the despatch box.
by Shane Greer / 20 Dec 2008
Increasingly technical campaigns and the rise of the 24-hour media have caused a huge rise in demand for professional training for activists.
by Shane Greer / 19 Dec 2008
by Shane Greer / 01 Dec 2008
News that George Meehan, leader of Haringey Council, and Liz Sawtry, the Cabinet Member for Children's Services, have resigned will be welcomed across the political spectrum, and rightly so.
by Shane Greer / 25 Nov 2008
For any campaign junkies out there, you can find the entire version of War Room (the 1992 documentary of the Clinton campaign) on Youtube.
by Shane Greer / 13 Nov 2008
Anybody who’s watched the West Wing will remember the debate CJ Craig has with the Secret Service about her codename: flamingo.
by Shane Greer / 27 Oct 2008
Let’s pretend you were at a party, and let’s also pretend one of your friends put on an apron designed to look like the rippling torso of a bodybuilder.