Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
I’ve just had a hilarious hour on the Edinburgh fringe enjoying the latest work from the comic photographer and film director Alison Jackson, who made her name with pictures of celebrity lookalikes in compromising situation.
Alex Salmond has privately told the boss of the energy firm EDF not to worry about future of its nuclear power stations, despite SNP pledge to phase them out.
It’s hard to believe that at some point in the next year or two, Lord Rennard won’t try to slip back into at least one of his old roles, despite the assurances of the top brass.
As SNP leader Alex Salmond visits the home of the declaration of Arbroath, he needs urgently to narrow the gap in polls between the yes and no voters on Scottish independence.
Neil Hamilton wouldn’t respond when Channel 4 News asked him today whether the hoped to be Ukip’s candidate in Boston, but he did confirm he does hope to fight some seat at the
Is Alex Salmond hoping to ride a wave of patriotic fervour flowing for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games? If history tells us anything, he may be disappointed.
Tony Blair was in London today, addressing the Progress think tank 20 years after he became Labour leader. But weren’t there more pressing concerns in the Middle East?
David Cameron’s reshuffle exposes a lack of legal experience in the upper ranks of government – not to mention a growing pool of unhappy men in their 50s on the backbenches.
The Conservatives claim to have spent £96,191 on winning last month’s by-election in Newark, that’s £3,809 below the official spending limit in by-elections of £100,000 per
George Osborne has returned to that old favourite – elected mayors. A Heseltine old favourite, to be precise, developed during his period in the political wilderness.