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Trevor backs Sadiq's right to speak

Sadiq Khan's angry attack on David Cameron this weekend sparked almost as big a controversy as the PM's words themselves. It was notable that several Labour colleagues carefully avoided repeating his words the followi...

The Third Wei: Go Part Time

The joy of blogs is that people can fly kites or be more candid than the normal Whitehall diktat would allow. Lord Wei posted last night with some advice for public sector workers in these austere times: go part time....

Osborne v Balls

Roll up, roll up, the biggest bout of the Parliamentary year so far takes place at 2.30pm. (Well, after prayers it will really be 2.33pm). The Commons Order Paper offers Ed Balls several lines of attack and Osborne se...

Oh Lordy. Bish-bosh as Labour tries to wreck AV bill

An unholy alliance of Labour peers, up to 10 Tory rebels and one bishop (we're all trying find out which Bish) has seen the Government defeated in the Lords on the issue of a threshold for the AV referendum. An amendm...

Lockerbie: the killer paragraphs

So, at last the truth is out. Gordon Brown's government worked secretly to secure the release of al Megrahi. Why? Because it was worried that Libya would both scupper a BP oil deal and/or pull out of a deal to curb...

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