Columnist Don Brind

Wee bit of cheer for Miliband as SNP support dips

Mon 19 Jan, AT 08:45 Don Brind

And with North Sea oil revenues dropping fast, pressure on the Nationalists is only likely to grow

An estate agent hangs a promotional sign in the shop window

Help to Buy: how it works and who can apply

Briefing Fri 16 Jan, AT 16:15

Thousands of people, may of them first-time buyers, have used the government's Help to Buy scheme

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Archbishops attack coalition for ‘evil’ of inequality

Thu 15 Jan, AT 10:05 The Mole

The economy is working again – but for who? Welby and Sentamu argue with Tories’ election strategy

Justice for Men and Boys: what we learnt from the manifesto

Summary Wed 14 Jan, AT 15:48

Britain's anti-feminist party says men are underrepresented in politics and compares feminists to Nazis

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PM's TV absence 'unacceptable' - but why Farage and not Green leader?

Wed 14 Jan, AT 10:30 The Mole

Miliband, Clegg and Farage find an issue they’re agreed on: but shouldn't they be backing Natalie?

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Borrowing v austerity: take your pick on 7 May, says IFS

Tue 13 Jan, AT 10:04 The Mole

Think tank warns of £170bn extra debt under Labour but paints a miserable picture if Tories succeed

Columnist Don Brind

Cameron attacked by Sun for leaving immigration off agenda

Mon 12 Jan, AT 11:51 Don Brind

‘You have to wonder if he really wants to win’ says Murdoch paper as PM seeks to avoid Ukip territory

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‘Empty chair’ threat to PM if he won’t join TV debates

Fri 9 Jan, AT 09:55 The Mole

Cameron accused of ‘chickening out’ of TV debates because he fears Farage’s impact on Tory voters

Syriza: the radical Greek left-wingers poised to take power

Briefing Wed 7 Jan, AT 16:03

Anti-austerity party Syriza could make history in the European Union – but will it trigger a 'Grexit'?