When Tony Blair campaigned for the rewriting of Clause 4, his mantra was that Labour ‘must mean what we say, and say what we mean’
In the past fortnight there has been a furore over the case of Craig Sweeney
After the initial horror — 9/11, Madrid, 7 July
The emergency water-rationing measures now affecting 13 million people across the south-east.
A government of Neros
It was once enough for the Conservative party to be seen as ‘cruel but competent’
The foreign prisoners scandal has revealed nothing less than a crisis of governance
In Competition No. 2440 you were invited to offer a poem which is a pastiche of one or all of the young left-wing poets of the early 1930s
The scandal of foreign national prisoners freed from jail
Tony Blair said last week that the criminal justice system is ‘still the public service most distant from what reasonable people want’.
One of Tony Blair’s most cunning and cynical ploys in his early years as Labour leader was to model himself explicitly upon Margaret Thatcher.
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How to beat the BNP
Our own Cuban missile crisis
If Mr Blair is to resign then why not ask the public when it should be?
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