Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
European Union ambassadors have been locked in talks this morning, taking their first formal collective look at Tier 3 economic sanctions.
Among the points of dispute still are the details of which products are covered by the ban, how long should the sanctions last, and how long until they are reviewed?
Should it be about three months or one year before the sanctions could potentially be lifted? What should trigger a relaxation of sanctions?
George Osborne’s response to news that Britain has recovered all the ground lost in the recession of 2008-09 speaks volumes of a government that believes it can win the election.
European Union foreign ministers meet with the prospect of tightening sanctions against Russia – but some still remain divided.
European leaders will gather today for a foreign ministers’ meeting that is expected to be dominated by the issues of Russia and Ukraine. But what will actually be done?
Don’t hold your breath for a thunderclap of judgement on Russia tomorrow at the EU foreign ministers’ gathering. You might get some tough rhetoric but you will not see a major
I understand word has gone out to Mrs Gove to stop hitting the tweet button after a series of messages blurted out on Wednesday. They threatened to undermine the coordinated Gove/Cameron operation
Men are still overly represented in the post-reshuffle government – but that’s not what it feels like to some grumbling Tory males around Westminster.
Education Secretary Michael Gove is to become the new chief whip in the most wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle of David Cameron’s premiership.
William Hague stands down as foreign secretary and will stay in the cabinet as Leader of the Commons, Downing Street confirms.
Kenneth Clarke’s “retirement” from in the latest reshuffle will not have been voluntary. Meanwhile, Mr Cameron is likely to honour a pledge to give women a third of government