Posts Tagged: Ed Miliband

Not Balls, Not Brown, Not Now

To win credibility, Ed Balls needs a new speech that acknowledges that the Coalition is not all-wrong on the economy. Perhaps the suddenness of Alan Johnson’s resignation caught most commentators by surprise, or perhaps so much has already been said

Not Balls, Not Brown, Not Now

To win credibility, Ed Balls needs a new speech that acknowledges that the Coalition is not all-wrong on the economy. Perhaps the suddenness of Alan Johnson’s resignation caught most commentators by surprise, or perhaps so much has already been said

Reaction to the Browne Report

The debate over university funding, which one might expect  to be a simple case of measuring up public good against individual benefit arguments turns out to be a good deal more complicated politically. One of the reasons is that universities

Reaction to the Browne Report

The debate over university funding, which one might expect  to be a simple case of measuring up public good against individual benefit arguments turns out to be a good deal more complicated politically. One of the reasons is that universities

Copenhagen – Among the Rubble, Something Extraordinary

The results of Copenhagen are more substantial than you might think [picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=copenhagen+accord&iid=7369885″ src=”a/2/e/5/Copenhagen_Climate_Demonstration_1158.JPG?adImageId=8513916&imageId=7369885″ width=”500″ height=”333″ /] It seems as though the Copenhagen Accord, barely baptised, has already been dragged below the waves – a precursor to civilisation’s

Copenhagen – Among the Rubble, Something Extraordinary

The results of Copenhagen are more substantial than you might think [picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=copenhagen+accord&iid=7369885″ src=”a/2/e/5/Copenhagen_Climate_Demonstration_1158.JPG?adImageId=8513916&imageId=7369885″ width=”500″ height=”333″ /] It seems as though the Copenhagen Accord, barely baptised, has already been dragged below the waves – a precursor to civilisation’s