Channel 4 News's political editor gives his take on the latest news and gossip from the corridors of power in Westminster and beyond.
The Department for Communities and Local Government put in a written objection to Michael Gove’s plan to pull in a former head of police counter terrorism operations to oversee an investigation into schools in Birmingham.
Few European Union members want Russia to get away with its actions in eastern Ukraine. But the next phase of anti-Russian sanctions would involve EU countries taking a significant hit
Introducing the voters who may decide the next election. Not Tories tempted by Ukip, but disillusioned Lib Dems now thinking of voting Labour.
The official version of events is that the prime minister was taken by surprise by Maria Miller’s resignation, but my sources tell me the decision was made to “get rid of
How have the Tories done in wooing the ethnic minority vote? Political Editor Gary Gibbon heads to Wolverhampton to find out.
Things are not looking great for Maria Miller. One government source put her chances of surviving the week “no better than 60 per cent”.
The story behind Maria Miller and the latest installment of the MPs’ expenses scandal.
Elvis, cheap nannies, Putin and the “underclass” – my take on Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg’s second debate.
George Osborne today set himself a new commitment: to “fight for full employment in Britain”, Gary Gibbon reports.