Columnist Don Brind

General election 2015: where do things stand with 6 months to go?

Fri 7 Nov, AT 12:02 Don Brind

With Ukip and the SNP surging, anything could happen: The Week’s poll-watcher looks at the alternatives

The Mole

Is Ed Miliband quitting? BBC reporter starts media flap

Thu 6 Nov, AT 16:30 The Mole

Radio report starts fevered speculation that Miliband might be about to stand down as Labour leader

The Mole

Miliband: ‘old-style socialist who can’t connect with public’

Thu 6 Nov, AT 10:24 The Mole

Stinging attack from New Statesman as Times claims Labour backbenchers could still ask him to step aside

The Mole

Battling 'Maggie' May: Tories’ top choice to replace Cameron

Wed 5 Nov, AT 10:29 The Mole

Having seen off Norman Baker, Theresa May is now digging in her heels with another colleague, Sajid Javid

Columnist Edie Lush

Augmented Reality: fun and games at the British Museum

Tue 4 Nov, AT 12:42 Edie Lush

What can AR do for us? While we wait for Magic Leap to reveal its secrets, here’s the current reality

Charles Laurence

Republicans set to take Senate - and democracy pays the price

Tue 4 Nov, AT 10:40 Charles Laurence

How the Right, with an army of lawyers, has sought to stop poor Americans voting in the midterm elections

The Mole

Alex Salmond, deputy prime minister: how it could happen

Mon 3 Nov, AT 12:35 The Mole

Scotland’s outgoing First Minister could return to Westminster at the head of a powerful bloc of MPs

Columnist Robert Chesshyre

Question for Theresa May: what's so great about Great and Good?

Mon 3 Nov, AT 11:15 Robert Chesshyre

Theresa May needs to look outside the ‘magic circle’ to appoint a suitable chair for child abuse inquiry

Columnist Nigel Horne

'Bongo Bongo' cartoon lands Ukip candidate in the soup

Mon 3 Nov, AT 10:59 Nigel Horne

Ukip’s man in Dover posts cartoon lampooning party’s values – but is this how Ukippers truly feel, asks Tory

Columnist Robert Fox

Let them drown: Britain’s new 'strategy' for mass migration

Fri 31 Oct, AT 12:24 Robert Fox

Like Blair before him, Cameron looks for glory and ducks big issues that require strategic thinking

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