Rupert Murdoch, the Great Meddler, is back in business

Tue 9 Sep, AT 09:47 Robert Chesshyre

Is Murdoch, attracted by power rather than party politics, set to play king-maker in Scotland?

Don Brind

Ukip's Clacton coup could open TV debate door for Farage

Mon 1 Sep, AT 08:45 Don Brind

With Boris Johnson refusing to stand against defector Carswell, victory could be very sweet for Ukip leader

The Mole

Miliband should sack Ed Balls – he's too moderate! Eh?

Mon 4 Aug, AT 10:14 The Mole

Shadow chancellor's bid to bury party's tax-and-spend reputation alienates some MPs and union bosses

Harriet Harman

Harriet Harman: sexism cost me deputy PM job

One-Minute Read Wed 9 Jul, AT 14:56

Harman accuses Gordon Brown of discrimination and David Cameron of 'window dressing'

Don Brind

Is Ed Miliband a 'nebbish'? Or will he have the last laugh?

Mon 19 May, AT 09:25 Don Brind

Ed is nowhere near as unpopular as Gordon Brown – and Cameron was unable to knock him out

Iain Dale fights activist and dog in front of TV cameras - video

Video Tue 24 Sep, AT 12:35

Damien McBride's publisher grapples with protester and a dog named Stuart on Brighton seafront

Damian McBride 'ashamed' but says he didn't break law

Talking Point Tue 24 Sep, AT 09:31

Gordon Brown's former spin doctor insists he's 'happy' to tell police about efforts to discredit ministers

Ed Miliband

Syria: Ed Miliband can halt Cameron's attack 'stampede'

Wed 28 Aug, AT 11:58 The Mole

Tentative Labour leader wants a 'UN moment' before any military move but is highly unlikely to get it

George Mudie attacks 'hesitant' Ed Miliband: how serious is it?

Fri 2 Aug, AT 09:23 The Mole

Veteran Labour MP is not alone in his worries that Ed Miliband cannot bring the party victory in 2015 election

Revolution or con trick? £100bn infrastructure splurge explained

First Reaction Thu 27 Jun, AT 13:14

Government says it's 'unprecedented' investment, but sceptics say we may not get everything on the list

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