What happens if Corbyn wins?

What happens if Corbyn wins?

by Dan Hodges / 31 Jul 2015

Should Jeremy Corbyn triumph, three important events would have to take place before he could be unseated

Farron must avoid rushing to define the Lib Dems

Farron must avoid rushing to define the Lib Dems

by Ruwan Kodikara / 16 Jul 2015

The first 100 days of Tim Farron's leadership must reflect the need to revitalise the party, whilst recognising the need to take time to reflect and rebuild.

Osborne's transition from pantomime villain to Tory rock star

Osborne's transition from pantomime villain to Tory rock star

by Jon Craig / 08 Jul 2015

If the going gets rocky for the PM in the months ahead, the clamour for the Chancellor to move next door will grow among the MPs who wildly cheered his Budget

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Ethical Fashion 2020: A new vision for transparency?

Ethical Fashion 2020: A new vision for transparency?

by Richard Jones / 01 Jul 2015

Disasters such as the collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh have led to increased transparency around supply chains - but there is still further to go

How we really pick our leaders

How we really pick our leaders

by Simon Lancaster / 24 Jun 2015

Harriet Harman and Labour should take note: the same leaders we’d have been attracted to 30,000 years ago are the leaders we are attracted to today.

Why we should celebrate our select committees 

Why we should celebrate our select committees 

by Lord Sewel / 15 Jun 2015

Select committees in the House of Lords have challenged prevailing orthodoxies and provoked robust public debate across a range of issues and policy areas

Labour's pains over its lumbering leadership election rules

Labour's pains over its lumbering leadership election rules

by Kevin Maguire / 01 Jun 2015

MPs are getting restless over internal rules that threaten to squeeze the left and leave Labour embarrased over equality

Cameron's legislative programme is one that Maggie would have been proud of

Cameron's legislative programme is one that Maggie would have been proud of

by Peter Bingle / 28 May 2015

Until the election campaign I had never seen the PM as a Neo-Thatcherite. Indeed there were times when I doubted he was even a Tory.

Select committees have cheapened debate; it's time for an overhaul

Select committees have cheapened debate; it's time for an overhaul

by Jon McLeod / 27 May 2015

Roman Emperors had ‘bread and circuses’ to keep the public entertained (and acquiescent): we have the select committee system. Where did it all go wrong - and how to put it right?

Tim Farron can learn from Paddy Ashdown... and Nigel Farage

Tim Farron can learn from Paddy Ashdown... and Nigel Farage

by Stephen Tall / 17 Jul 2015

There's an open question about how far the new leader's stated priorities will resonate with the wider public

Now Labour's hopefuls need to show some radicalism

Now Labour's hopefuls need to show some radicalism

by Stuart Thomson / 10 Jul 2015

After the Budget, Labour’s leadership contenders risk looking tired and timid, while Osborne and Cameron are hailed as the great radical reformers.

It may not look like it, but the Lib Dems do matter

It may not look like it, but the Lib Dems do matter

by Kevin Maguire / 02 Jul 2015

As Nick Clegg wanders around Westminster like a zombie, it's time for the Liberal Democrats to climb off their death bed

The PM has put the final touches to Team Cameron

The PM has put the final touches to Team Cameron

by George Pascoe Watson / 25 Jun 2015

David Cameron appears calm and graceful only because he has a team of smart, highly motivated professionals behind the scenes at Number 10

How Labour can win again: the three fundamentals it must grasp

How Labour can win again: the three fundamentals it must grasp

by Dan Hodges / 19 Jun 2015

The leadership hustings are not fit for purpose and the real answers are elsewhere

The McGuffin Effect: My final report for Operation Miliband 

The McGuffin Effect: My final report for Operation Miliband 

by Joe McGuffin / 09 Jun 2015

Labour's top international strategist had hoped to be drinking Cristal with the PM at his favourite Mayfair restaurant at this point. Instead, he is back at party HQ for the last time

Cameron will need the iron will and discipline that kept Blair in power

Cameron will need the iron will and discipline that kept Blair in power

by George Pascoe Watson / 29 May 2015

The PM has teed up a golden opportunity for his party. He must now convince his MPs and supporters to seize the chance

Why I lobbied for police bail changes in Queen's Speech

Why I lobbied for police bail changes in Queen's Speech

by John Higginson / 28 May 2015

My wife, a journalist on The Sun, was arrested for an alleged crime and had to wait over two years to be found not guilty.

I will smash the glass ceiling in Tower Hamlets

I will smash the glass ceiling in Tower Hamlets

by Rabina Khan / 27 May 2015

As mayor of Tower Hamlets I would not be controlled by Lutfur Rahman or anyone else

Cameron and Osborne's chance to reshape British politics

Cameron and Osborne's chance to reshape British politics

by Peter Bingle / 24 May 2015

The implications of the Tory election win are becoming clear and they are seismic in their importance for the body politic. 

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