Recent articles by The Mole

Coalition cracks: is Cameron secretly happy about it?

Tue 7 Jan, AT 10:28 The Mole

Twin attacks on Tory policy by Clegg and Cable make it easier for PM to please his backbenchers

Pensioner perks: Osborne and Cameron target grey vote

Mon 6 Jan, AT 10:53 The Mole

Chancellor aims to protect pensioners and hit young people on benefits and rich council tenants instead

557 job cuts in flood protection: bad timing for Owen Paterson

Fri 3 Jan, AT 10:14 The Mole

As Cobra meets to discuss flooding, Environment Secretary is left in deep water by predecessor


John Pilger's Today contribution riles Robinson and listeners

Thu 2 Jan, AT 10:32 The Mole

'Opinions not facts' argues BBC political editor as 'Guardian types' take over Today programme


William and 'Babykins' Kate: hacking saga comes full circle

Fri 20 Dec, AT 09:52 The Mole

Long-running scandal all began with William when his friend Tom Bradby realised he'd been hacked


EU migrants: why Cameron was driven to take action

Wed 18 Dec, AT 10:08 The Mole

Romanian 'surge' may be a phantom problem but electorate and MPs demanded a solution

Heathrow expansion back on agenda despite PM's pledge

Tue 17 Dec, AT 11:01 The Mole

Cameron promised west Londoners it would never happen – now there are TWO Heathrow options

Sack Ed Balls! Pressure grows on Miliband to grasp the nettle

Mon 16 Dec, AT 11:05 The Mole

Alistair Darling, now running No campaign in Scotland, will be free soon. And he's boring – which is good


Savile stink returns: Pollard report omitted crucial evidence

Thu 12 Dec, AT 12:31 The Mole

Lord Patten under pressure: tape recording about as welcome as dog poo, says Jeremy Paxman

David Cameron

Cameron owns up: I want to drop Lib Dems and cut taxes

Wed 11 Dec, AT 10:09 The Mole

PM uses Spectator interview to share with Tories his frustration at Lib Dems holding him back

MPs who take 11% pay rise can expect media witch-hunt

Mon 9 Dec, AT 10:24 The Mole

Outrage at £7,600 pay rise for backbenchers – but it's a one-off designed to end expenses culture

2015 election campaign starts here with Autumn Statement

Thu 5 Dec, AT 14:26 The Mole

With growth forecasts revised up and room for tax cuts in 2015, George Osborne starts electioneering

Eurostar stake for sale to pay for big spend on infrastructure

Wed 4 Dec, AT 11:24 The Mole

Royal Mint won't be sold, says Danny Alexander, but Channel 4 and Met Office could be privatised


Cameron's cronies: PM pays price for press regulation

Mon 2 Dec, AT 09:55 The Mole

Mail attacks PM for taking a 'rum bunch' of mates to China and kowtowing to the Communist regime


Another U-turn: Cameron 'more like John Major every day'

Thu 28 Nov, AT 09:59 The Mole

Yes, but some say Ed Miliband is looking more like Neil Kinnock every day - and who won?

Fury as EU man attacks PM for fuelling migration 'hysteria'

Wed 27 Nov, AT 09:59 The Mole

Plans to stop Romanians and Bulgarians getting instant benefits are an 'over-reaction' says Laszlo


Co-op smear campaign puts political 'drugs truce' at risk

Mon 25 Nov, AT 11:14 The Mole

Osborne continues to rub Miliband's nose in Co-op cocaine scandal, despite warnings it could backfire


Flowers inquiry aims to dig dirt on Co-op's 'soft loans' to Labour

Thu 21 Nov, AT 10:47 The Mole

Ed Miliband suffers humiliation as Cameron exploits Co-op bank scandal and 'Balls a nightmare' emails

Do young people really see the Tories as 'aliens'?

Wed 20 Nov, AT 10:34 The Mole

Nick Boles thinks Generation Y can't understand Tories, but is he right?

Denis MacShane goes down tweeting: now wait for the book

Tue 19 Nov, AT 10:21 The Mole

Within hours of pleading guilty to forging receipts, ex-MP displays his customary chutzpah


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