Wednesday 1st December 2010 | 15:42
As if the chill wind of spending cuts and job losses wasn't enough, a
Whitehall mole tells me of some more sad news for civil servants.
(As they say in all good thrillers, I've censored the names to
Wednesday 1st December 2010 | 14:58
Not for nothing is Mervyn King known as 'Merv the Swerve'.
Chuck a question at him and he dodges it. Remind him of his own
failings, and he obfuscates. Question his tenure, and he'll just
Wednesday 1st December 2010 | 13:25
Ed Miliband had a 'mare at PMQs. No one doubts it, not even his
Of course, only the foolish would write a man off on the basis of one
poor outing in the Commons bearpit. But it's worth asking just why he
Wednesday 1st December 2010 | 11:05
Michael Fallon is currently one of the Tories best attack dogs,
biting Labour's legs over everything from tax policy confusion to its
His appointment as Deputy Chairman of the party this summer was
Tuesday 30th November 2010 | 15:24
Nick Clegg was asked several times in DPMQs whether he would vote
for, against or abstain on tuition fees*.
He ducked the issue of his own vote, while pointing out that
coalition government allowed for collective resp...