Why are Labour ministers openly disagreeing with each other?

Why are Labour ministers openly disagreeing with each other?

by Dan Hodges / 03 Mar 2015

A recent low speed collision between Ed Balls and Andy Burnham is evidence of a major rupture in the shadow cabinet

Tories' negative election campaign is shambolic and embarrassing 

Tories' negative election campaign is shambolic and embarrassing 

by Peter Bingle / 18 Feb 2015

Peter Bingle writes that Cameron and co have not learned the message of their disastrous 2010 campaign

Cameron keeping it simple as he eyes up a working majority

Cameron keeping it simple as he eyes up a working majority

by George Pascoe-Watson / 11 Feb 2015

The Tory campaign message will be straightforward: God knows what Britain will get if Ed Miliband leads a coalition government with Alex Salmond

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The McGuffin Effect: Getting out of Labour Mindcamp

The McGuffin Effect: Getting out of Labour Mindcamp

by Joe McGuffin / 06 Feb 2015

I had to head home to promote my new book. Then I get back to London and discover that the Two Eds are no longer wearing ties in public...

The election is not on a knife edge

The election is not on a knife edge

by Dan Hodges / 30 Jan 2015

The McGuffin Effect: Here’s to a tough, ballsy 2015!

The McGuffin Effect: Here’s to a tough, ballsy 2015!

by Joe McGuffin / 07 Jan 2015

Joe McGuffin, Labour's US strategist, calls time on the Christmas holidays and asks Ed Miliband the big question: just how much is a quart of milk? 

The Gang of Four

The Gang of Four

by George Pascoe-Watson / 10 Dec 2014

Four men are running the government these days, and there’s not a Liberal Democrat in sight

Labouring the Point

Labouring the Point

by George Pascoe-Watson / 01 Dec 2014

Cameron has to trip up Miliband in the race to May 2015, or at least help him as he does it himself

The Real Deal

The Real Deal

by Dan Hodges / 10 Nov 2014

Those who complain about Ed Miliband’s leadership should have been more careful about what they wished for

Weekly polling review: Clegg and Farage fight back?

Weekly polling review: Clegg and Farage fight back?

by David Bowers / 20 Feb 2015

David Bowers questions whether a recent rise in support for Ukip and the Lib Dems should be taken at face value

Weekly polling review: Scots back SNP 

Weekly polling review: Scots back SNP 

by David Bowers / 13 Feb 2015

David Bowers analyses this week's most influential political polls, and finds that the latests results from Scotland are bad news for Labour.  

Social media is shaping the 2015 general election – but not in the way you thought it would

Social media is shaping the 2015 general election – but not in the way you thought it would

by Jon McLeod / 10 Feb 2015

How campaigners are segmenting their supporters by Parliamentary constituency.

We Lib Dems are stuck between being ignored and unpopular

We Lib Dems are stuck between being ignored and unpopular

by Stephen Tall / 02 Feb 2015

Survival of the Fittest

Survival of the Fittest

by George Pascoe-Watson / 16 Jan 2015

David Cameron wants to make this a presidential general election, and that's why his fitness regime has been stepped up

Killing Him Softly

Killing Him Softly

by Dan Hodges / 13 Dec 2014

For a masterclass in how not to deal with a political coup, look no further than Ed Miliband

Beating the Odds

Beating the Odds

by Stephen Tall / 01 Dec 2014

The Lib Dems must attract the ‘market’ vote if there is to be any hope of success in the general election

The McGuffin Effect: What happened to New Ed?

The McGuffin Effect: What happened to New Ed?

by Joe McGuffin / 12 Nov 2014

McGuffin is not impressed with what he saw at “that dick-in-the-soup” Labour Party conference where “Team Ed choked on their own trembling uncertainty, yet again.”

Winning Where?

Winning Where?

by Stephen Tall / 04 Oct 2014

Things look bleak for Clegg and Co as the general election looms, but we have been here before...

The McGuffin Effect: Ed Goes To Washington

The McGuffin Effect: Ed Goes To Washington

by Joe McGuffin / 29 Jul 2014

This month: McGuffin heads home as he takes Mr Klutz to DC. With his "face morphing into a casserole of eyes and intestines" Ed meets Obama and misses fistbumps all over the place.

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