Posts Tagged: Labour Party

King and his Courtier

When the former Chief Secretary to the Treasury, David Laws, revealed in his book on the coalition negotiations that the Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, was invoked as a supporter of the Conservatives’ plans to cut public

King and his Courtier

When the former Chief Secretary to the Treasury, David Laws, revealed in his book on the coalition negotiations that the Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, was invoked as a supporter of the Conservatives’ plans to cut public

The Axeman Cometh

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The Axeman Cometh

[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=george+osborne&iid=8899674″ src=”f/9/5/a/Britains_Chancellor_of_4436.jpg?adImageId=12974277&imageId=8899674″ width=”500″ height=”316″ /] Labour underestimated George Osborne. “Where’s George?’ went the cry, assuming that Osborne was somehow the dark and scary underbelly of the Conservative Party, the sight of which would repel swing voters. Far

So Long, Blairwell

As Timothy Garton Ash has observed, journalists and academics like to use each others professions as insults, but interesting facts need to be taken to their full conclusion. There is a lot of history still to be written about the Blair Administration, something that the Iraq War Inquiry is doing as we speak.

So Long, Blairwell

As Timothy Garton Ash has observed, journalists and academics like to use each others professions as insults, but interesting facts need to be taken to their full conclusion. There is a lot of history still to be written about the Blair Administration, something that the Iraq War Inquiry is doing as we speak.

Man on Wire

Wittingly or not, Miliband’s visit has raised two uncomfortable debates at a time when they could least be afforded.

Man on Wire

Wittingly or not, Miliband’s visit has raised two uncomfortable debates at a time when they could least be afforded.