Joan Bakewell leads attempts to down Of-Stud

Written by James Millar on 10 January 2017 in Diary

Peers discuss champagne and elephants in odd debate over name for the new universities regulator

Maria Miller sets out to tackle sexist parliament 'nonsense'

Written by James Millar on 10 January 2017 in Diary

Women and Equalities Committee report will be welcomed by young women according to Girlguiding charity

There will be a surprise election in 2017

Written by James Millar on 9 January 2017 in Diary

No general election but Northern Ireland voters set to go to the polls after Martin McGuinness steps down

Nigel Farage's European party could collapse

Written by James Millar on 9 January 2017 in Diary

The Euro parliament grouping headed by the former Ukip leader loses members and cash as Italians walk out

Donald Trump strikes back at Meryl Streep after Hollywood criticism

Written by James Millar on 9 January 2017 in Diary

US President Elect dubs Oscar winner 'over-rated' after she joins stars attacking him at Golden Globes awards

Jeremy Corbyn looks to US election for inspiration

Written by James Millar on 9 January 2017 in Diary

Labour leader's new year resolution is apparently to be more like American President Elect

Battling over Brexit and Heathrow: on the campaign trail in Richmond Park

Written by Sebastian Whale on 25 November 2016 in Features

Zac Goldsmith is determined that next week’s by-election be a referendum on airport expansion. His Lib Dem opponent Sarah Olney has other plans.

Teenagers take over the House of Commons and call for votes at 16

Written by James Millar on 11 November 2016 in Diary

Speaker John Bercow paid tribute to youth parliament as it met in Westminster again

Radio 4's Today programme to have a new editor in the new year

Written by James Millar on 11 November 2016 in Diary

Corporation announced today that Jamie Angus will be switching to the World Service
 

Playwright Anders Lustgarten on neoliberalism, Jeremy Corbyn and more

Written by Sebastian Whale on 11 November 2016 in Culture

The Brighton-based writer explains why Corbynism is the most important political development in British politics for 30 years.

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