Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
Michael Gove defends the prison reforms on Channel 4 News tonight and tries to sell them to inmates at The Mount prison outside Hemel Hempstead.
When Britain was last asked to vote on Europe, back in 1975, Hilary Benn was in the No campaign. But, unlike his father, he has since been convinced of the benefits of the EU.
David Cameron says he is confident that his temporary emergency brake on in-work benefits will reduce net migration.
Is the PM favouring departments led by ministers likely to back him over Europe? That’s the concern in Whitehall about how the negotiations with the EU played out.
The Prime Minister found himself in Wiltshire when the Speaker would’ve liked him to be speaking to the Commons answering an Urgent Question on the EU draft deal.
David Cameron would not have sealed the deal he promised in his manifesto but he will argue that he’s sealed something comparable, the same ends by different means.
Arron Banks’ insurgent Leave campaign, Leave.eu, mocks the stately inactivity of Vote Leave, its Westminster obsession and its lack of grassroots activity.
Here’s the piece of paper that tells you how high in Margaret Thatcher’s estimation Cecil Parkinson had risen by 1983.
I’m not convinced the PM is truly relaxed about whether he gets an early deal in Brussels or not. He told a Davos gathering he wasn’t in a hurry. Could’ve fooled Europe.
Stewart Wood, senior adviser to Ed Miliband when he was Leader of the Labour Party, believes the polls must have been wrong for all the years of Ed Miliband’s leadership