Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
There was a bit of a backlash amongst Tory peers when they got wind that David Cameron was sending them quite so many still active advisers who work in or closely with No. 10 (Kate Fall, Stephen Gilbert, Simone Finn).
Sir John Chilcot has relented and said he will publish a timetable for his report … but not just yet.
As one aide in a Labour leadership campaign suggests the problem of rogue voters may be underestimated, there are signs that the campaigns don’t think all hugely matters for the actual
Harriet Harman has asked to speak to all the Labour leadership candidates tomorrow about the contest and what the leadership is doing to try to make sure it is properly run.
There’s a riff you hear around the top of government that the referendum on Europe is won. But the campaign for the UK to leave is gearing up…
The asset sales being contemplated by Chancellor George Osborne only deliver some cuts and one-off benefits, briefly flattering the nation’s accounts.
Andy Burnham has a big decision to take over tonight’s welfare reform bill.
The Treasury says it’s secured a deal that stops the European Commission exposing the UK to potential future costs if Greece defaults on a new bridging loan.
The government has pulled the vote on foxhunting after the SNP’s decision to break its own pledge and vote against the relaxation of the ban in England.
Harriet Harman’s decision to use her acting leadership role to steer the party’s direction has been shocking and enthusing Labour MPs depending on where they are in the party.