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'

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

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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?

A local solution to long-term unemployment

A local solution to long-term unemployment

by Caroline Macfarland / 21 Feb 2013

The solution to long-term unemployment is the localisation of the Work Programme, says Caroline Macfarland 

Why being eurosceptic may not pay off

Why being eurosceptic may not pay off

by Andrew Hawkins / 20 Feb 2013

Andrew Hawkins examines the field as battle lines are drawn over Europe. Could a non-referendum be Cameron’s Waterloo?

'I've snubbed dignitaries': Joe Churcher's diary

'I've snubbed dignitaries': Joe Churcher's diary

by Joe Churcher / 17 Jan 2013

We peek into Press Association's chief political correspondent's diary

Does prayer still have a place in Parliament?

Does prayer still have a place in Parliament?

14 Dec 2012

Gary Streeter MP sings the praises of a religious opening to each parliamentary day, but Labour peer Norman Warner cautions against placing God at the heart of policy

Public inquiries, political inaction

Public inquiries, political inaction

by Josh White / 13 Dec 2012

Let inquiries turn on public opinion, not political spin, says Josh White

Spain, Dickens and ruffles: Jason Beattie's diary

Spain, Dickens and ruffles: Jason Beattie's diary

by Jason Beattie / 12 Dec 2012

The Daily Mirror's political editor gives us a peek into his diary

Get set for Cameron's global race

Get set for Cameron's global race

by George Pascoe-Watson / 10 Dec 2012

Building on last year’s sporting success, will Cameron’s new call to arms inspire the nation or limp in last?

Does social media do more harm than good to politicians?

Does social media do more harm than good to politicians?

26 Nov 2012

Nadine Dorries MP is all in favour of the odd tweet and virtual update, while digital PR director Samantha Phillips believes MPs just don’t strike the right note online

Felicity Parkes on Parliamentary flirting

Felicity Parkes on Parliamentary flirting

by Felicity Parkes / 22 Nov 2012

Allowing an MP certain liberties can be career-enhancing, but where does a researcher draw the line?

An alternative plan for Osborne

An alternative plan for Osborne

by Ian Mulheirn / 21 Nov 2012

Ian Mulheirn offers suggestions for an improved financial recovery plan, putting investment before phasing in future cuts

Adam Boulton's US election diary

Adam Boulton's US election diary

by Adam Boulton / 19 Nov 2012

From shoe-shiners to quants to the KKK, the political editor of Sky News fills us in on his trip to the US for the presidential campaigns

Religion, freedom of speech and cartoons

Religion, freedom of speech and cartoons

by Aisha Gani / 09 Nov 2012

Aisha Gani advocates a considered approach to the reporting of religious conflict

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