Floods: 'Money is no object' becomes 'No blank cheque'

Wed 12 Feb, AT 10:03 The Mole

Cameron's pledge that 'We are a wealthy country' has Whitehall spin doctors rowing quickly backwards

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Flooding gets more political as Labour appointees are blamed

Mon 10 Feb, AT 11:43 The Mole

As Lord Smith tries to defend Environment Agency, Baroness Young's spell in charge raises questions

Flooding fiasco: timely op puts hapless Paterson out of frame

Thu 6 Feb, AT 09:32 The Mole

Environment Secretary's emergency operation means trusty Eric Pickles now takes charge of flooding

Eric Pickles: use sheep as council lawn-mowers

One-Minute Read Wed 6 Nov, AT 13:33

Communities Secretary gets behind 200 radical money-saving proposals to be put to local councils

Builders face block on 'rabbit-hutch' homes

Brief Tue 20 Aug, AT 10:15

British buyers are put off from buying because new houses are smallest in western Europe

Wayne Rooney spits

Spitting banned in Enfield: will Doncaster - or Delhi - be next?

Talking Point Wed 24 Jul, AT 15:21

Move to criminalise spitting gets approval, and wins plaudits around the world

Osborne sets agenda for 'scroungers and waste' election

Wed 26 Jun, AT 15:26 The Mole

Chancellor's Spending Review sends clear signal the Tories will go into election as cost-cutting party

George Osborne defies right-wing Tory calls for more welfare cuts

Tue 28 May, AT 09:54 The Mole

Iain Duncan Smith was ready to cut welfare by further £3bn to fund defence; no thanks says the Chancellor

Michael Gove: Nimbys are enemies of freedom

One-Minute Read Fri 17 May, AT 09:30

Education Secretary claims those fighting reforms are anti-aspiration - but what of his own ambitions?

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