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

Debate: Is a teaching qualification needed to teach?

Debate: Is a teaching qualification needed to teach?

by Kevin Brennan MP and Damian Hinds MP / 20 Aug 2013

Damian Hinds argues for more flexibility in staff recruitment for schools, but Kevin Brennan says teaching qualifications are essential

Brothers up in arms

Brothers up in arms

by George Pascoe-Watson / 30 Jul 2013

The avalanche has only just begun, but the Tories have been throwing rocks at Labour’s relationship with the unions for some time

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Cutting the cord: Is Miliband's gamble a gamble at all?

Cutting the cord: Is Miliband's gamble a gamble at all?

by Dan Hodges / 24 Jul 2013

Are conditions right for Ed Miliband to turn his bold words on trade union reform into action? Dan Hodges is not convinced

Felicity Parkes: Summer recess survival guide

Felicity Parkes: Summer recess survival guide

by Felicity Parkes / 04 Jul 2013

The new arrivals’ handy hints and survival suide to the summer recess

Same sex, same marriage

Same sex, same marriage

by Lewis Baston / 26 Jun 2013

The gay marriage debate is still sending shockwaves through Parliament, finds Lewis Baston, but what does the public think?

Patrick Hennessy: Mourinho, Malcolm Tucker & Macbeth

Patrick Hennessy: Mourinho, Malcolm Tucker & Macbeth

by Patrick Hennessy / 26 Jun 2013

The political editor of the Sunday Telegraph writes his diary

Should nuclear have a place in green government?

Should nuclear have a place in green government?

by Lord Hutton and Alan Whitehead MP / 04 Jun 2013

Lord Hutton is a firm advocate of our established nuclear industry, but Alan Whitehead MP can see no place for it in the forest of energy sources 

Ed Miliband is no Neil Kinnock

Ed Miliband is no Neil Kinnock

by Dan Hodges / 30 May 2013

Ed Miliband thinks he’s good for Labour, but Neil Kinnock could teach him a thing or two about leadership, believe it or not

Debt is all around us

by Toby Youell / 22 May 2013

Toby Youell argues that the public no longer fears going into the red

Time for a new serving of porridge?

Time for a new serving of porridge?

by Max Chambers / 22 May 2013

Current figures show our prison systems are failing those most at risk of re-offending, says Max Chambers. It’s time for a new serving of porridge

Are we making good progress on building more homes?

Are we making good progress on building more homes?

by Clive Betts MP and Don Foster MP / 20 May 2013

Our new-build programme has stalled, says Clive Betts MP, while Don Foster MP dons hard-hatted optimism about Cameron’s construction plans

Some last words from the left on Thatcher

Some last words from the left on Thatcher

by Dan Hodges / 08 May 2013

Even for some in Labour, the former PM has changed from being a distant, mythical figure to one of unique leadership

Craig Woodhouse on a small outpost of Britain

Craig Woodhouse on a small outpost of Britain

by Craig Woodhouse / 24 Apr 2013

The Sun's political correspondent takes us with him on a visit to the Falklands

Binge drinking - think responsibly

Binge drinking - think responsibly

by Jonathan Birdwell / 10 Apr 2013

Parenting doesn’t come with an instruction manual, but maybe it’s time it did, says Jonathan Birdwell, arguing that our binge drinking problem begins at home

Felicity Parkes: Political ambition is overrated

Felicity Parkes: Political ambition is overrated

by Felicity Parkes / 03 Apr 2013

Is your MP the hare or the tortoise when it comes to political ambition? Remember who won the race…

Who polices the policy?

Who polices the policy?

by Dan Hodges / 18 Mar 2013

As Labour takes its first tentative steps into policy proposals, where is the wider strategy to underpin them?

Confessions of a press gallery chairman

Confessions of a press gallery chairman

by Christopher Hope / 15 Mar 2013

The Daily Telegraph's Christopher Hope reveals all about chairing the parliamentary press gallery - and why he's had trouble persuading Labour figures to attend its lunches

Will Osborne learn from last year's Budget?

Will Osborne learn from last year's Budget?

by Dan Hodges / 22 Feb 2013

This year, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne will have learnt the lessons from 2012’s disastrous budget… won’t he?

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