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  • MITCHELL LOSES CASE

    Andrew Mitchell has said he is “bitterly disappointed” after losing his libel action over the so-called Plebgate affair. The former chief whip has been ordered to pay £300,...


  • The Waugh Room

    Rennard's Rochester Verdict

    Rennard's Rochester Verdict

    They're getting used to a kicking this Parliament, but last week the Liberal Democrats suffered yet more humiliation in Rochester and Strood. Recording the worst ...

  • The Green Box

    Tory backbencher Michael Fabricant tells BBC News if Andrew Mitchell has 'shown a little more humility,' the plebgate scandal would not have escalated, and he would ...

  • The House Magazine

    Ed masters discipline

    Ed masters discipline

      Words: Paul Waugh Photos: Paul Heartfield     Ed Balls is feeling the pressure. In just a few days, he faces yet another big test of his ability, wi...

  • Dot Commons' Diary

    White van SLAM

    White van SLAM

    Congratulations to Ed Vaizey for – hopefully – giving the question of ‘does any of your family drive a white van?’ a humane ending. Echoing fellow Labour MP Jamie...

  • Political Pulse

    The Knowledge: Are MPs running scared of UKIP?

    “The Balkans”, according to one of the many witticisms attributed to Winston Churchill, “produce more history than they can consume locally”. In the past two weeks, ...

Central Lobby

Concerns over weight-loss surgery extension

New guidelines extending access to weight-loss surgery send a "worrying message", Slimming World has warned

Top Ten Must Reads

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