UK politics analysis
UK politics analysis, covering some of the most significant political topics in the United Kingdom, analysing the consequences and the potential aftermath.
We don’t often credit politicians, let alone Prime Ministers, because nine times out of ten they’re at best 50% wrong, but in David Cameron’s visit to Sri Lanka and his call for
2015 may seem like it’s a long way away from now, but if you’re reading the signals from Nick Clegg’s Lib Dem 2013 autumn party conference speech right you’ll know that the
We were all inspired by the London 2012 Olympic Games. The drama, success, defeat and sportsmanship that it delivered was enough to restore the faith in the UK in even the most
Last week was a big one for elections where 2012 is concerned. Not only did Ed Milliband’s Labour Party take significant chunks out of the local support for the Conservative government, but
It’s an enquiry that’s seen a vast array of people ranging from questionable journalists to celebrities and editors. With the likes of Steve Coogan talking brilliantly in previous weeks it felt like
The beginning of the end of the coalition or a political blip The Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election majority win for Labour could easily be seen as the beginning of the beginning