As Jeremy's excellent adventure continues, who are his fellow travellers?

As Jeremy's excellent adventure continues, who are his fellow travellers?

by Jon Craig / 27 Aug 2015

The Labour leadership front-runner's top aide was once described as 'the bloke Ken Livingstone sends out for the pizzas'

The Ups and Downs of the Conservative Conference

The Ups and Downs of the Conservative Conference

by Sam Macrory / 01 Oct 2014

Conservative conference is over... but who has emerged from it with reputations enhanced or otherwise?

Early signs of Labour

Early signs of Labour

by Stephen Tall / 10 Jul 2014

The early signals suggest the Lib Dems’ 2015 manifesto will have more in common with Labour than the Tories

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Aiming for the Ed

Aiming for the Ed

by George Pascoe-Watson / 10 Jul 2014

If Ed Miliband thought he’d been hit by some nasty attacks from the Tories, he ain’t seen nothing yet

 

The McGuffin Effect

The McGuffin Effect

by Joe McGuffin / 05 Jun 2014

The countdown to General Election 2015 has begun. Trenches are being dug, battle plans drawn up. In a surprise move, Labour has hired Joe McGuffin, the legendary Obama election mastermind, as senior strategic adviser. What makes this tough, fictional, profane genius tick? Over the next year Total Politics will be running extracts from Joe McGuffin’s campaign diary, thanks to an exclusive deal brokered by Ian Martin

Stick or twist?

Stick or twist?

by Stephen Tall / 05 Jun 2014

Nick Clegg is in dire straits, but there may be light at the end of the tunnel for the Liberal Democrat leader

Taking a battering: George Parker's diary

15 May 2014

A peak inside the diary of the political editor of the Financial Times

Nick out of time?

Nick out of time?

by Stephen Tall / 28 Apr 2014

Stephen Tall wonders what the future holds for Nick Clegg, and suggests an early exit for the Lib Dem leader

Ladies first

Ladies first

by George Pascoe-Watson / 06 Mar 2014

A closer look at Downing Street’s strategy reveals the PM may not have quite the ‘woman problem’ as often perceived

Hold your head up high

Hold your head up high

by Dan Hodges / 02 May 2014

Andy Burnham is a politician reborn, and that can only be a good thing for the Labour Party and the political classes as a whole

BoJo ready to gogo?

BoJo ready to gogo?

by George Pascoe-Watson / 28 Apr 2014

Questions about the intentions of the mayor of London could be answered any day now, and that’s good news for the PM

Buzzwords and headlines

Buzzwords and headlines

by Tim Gatt / 29 Jan 2014

ITV News' Tim Gatt writes this month's diary

The Idea: Disrupt the NHS

The Idea: Disrupt the NHS

by Sean Worth / 14 Jan 2014

Sean Worth believes that a wave of innovative disruption could turn our NHS around and create a world-beating service

Lib Dems: The in-betweeners

Lib Dems: The in-betweeners

by Stephen Tall / 14 Jan 2014

It seems the Lib Dems are condemned to be the party of the middle – but the middle could yet be the best place to be

Let David be David

Let David be David

by George Pascoe-Watson / 09 Jan 2014

We’ll see more of Cameron the family man in 2014, but the challenge is to show he’s a leader for the long term

Stuck on the staircase

Stuck on the staircase

07 Jan 2014

Rafael Behr, political editor of the New Statesman, gives us a peek into his diary

Generation registration

Generation registration

by Mike Sani / 03 Jan 2014

There are better ways to engage young people in politics than forcing them to vote, says Mike Sani

Polling: Checking the thermostat

Polling: Checking the thermostat

by Damian Lyons Lowe / 03 Dec 2013

Whichever party credibly brings home energy cost under control is likely to be the winner, says Damian Lyons Lowe

Debate: Should government freeze energy prices?

Debate: Should government freeze energy prices?

by Tom Greatrex MP; Ed Davey MP; Chris Littlecott / 28 Nov 2013

Tom Greatrex MP is all in favour of the big freeze of our energy bills, but Ed Davey MP believes he has other answers to avoiding ‘blackout Britain’

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