David Cameron sets out new anti-terror laws

One-Minute Read Mon 1 Sep, AT 16:14

Tories and Lib Dems had been at odds on on new powers to seize passports of returning jihadist fighters

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

David Cameron: all mouth and no combat trousers?

Mon 18 Aug, AT 11:24 The Mole

What happened to the 'monstrous threat' rhetoric? Does tackling IS not pass the 'family friendly' test?

The Mole

Warsi resignation: is she going to publish anti-Cameron diary?

Wed 6 Aug, AT 09:58 The Mole

How to ruin a prime minister's holiday: walk out on principle and get other Tories to take your side

Robert Fox

MH17: Compare Dutch dignity with Cameron's bombast

Tue 22 Jul, AT 08:49 Robert Fox

The PM might have given Nick Clegg some space – after all, he is half-Dutch and a Dutch speaker

A mother and child outside an East London Mosque

'Ban the burka': why is the veil so divisive?

Briefing Thu 17 Jul, AT 14:00

Rightwingers and feminists are united against the burka, but their opponents say a ban would be un-British

The Mole

Emergency surveillance bill a 'stitch-up' says Tom Watson

Thu 10 Jul, AT 10:26 The Mole

It may have cross-party support, but first-tracking measures on eve of MPs' holidays is controversial

Don Brind

Why Ed Miliband's poor ratings need not stop him becoming PM

Fri 20 Jun, AT 12:51 Don Brind

Recent polls make gloomy reading – but one group likes him: 'Red Liberals' who've switched to Labour

Plot to oust Clegg: Vince Cable still insists: 'I am not a traitor'

Thu 29 May, AT 11:33 The Mole

Nick Clegg says he's satisfied Business Secretary did not betray him. But why did Cable not tip him off?

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