Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
In a Parliamentary Question tabled last week David Davis asked the Attorney-General, Dominic Grieve:”how many libel settlements and of what value the Crown Prosecution Service made in each year between 2007 and 2012?”
Yesterday Mr Grieve replied: “The Crown Prosecution Service made no libel settlements between 2007 and 2012.”
They are the spawning grounds for the prime ministers of the future, so why do British political parties and the British media take so little trouble to report on the selection of our future
David Cameron has again said that Unite was choosing Labour’s candidates. By my counting, the union’s been successful in under half of the seats they’ve specifically targeted
Police not to investigate allegations against Shapps, but Met lawyers say software selling may constitute offence of fraud.
William Hague has revealed that GCHQ, the British intelligence gathering operation in Cheltenham, has modified his telephone to stop people bugging it – the Chinese especially.
Some Conservatives might not be too distressed if Scotland were to leave the United Kingdom. Not least because it would make it a lot harder for Labour to win a Westminster majority ever gain.
MPs have quizzed key figures from the police over the plebgate affair, which engulfed politician Andrew Mitchell last year.
I have only had two and a half hours to speed through the 350 pages of Sir Alex Ferguson’s autobiography, but my first impression is that the new Manchester United manager David Moyes
“It wasn’t their poor judgement in talking to the media, but in not telling the truth” – the verdict of one source on the policy apology.
The home affairs select committee has just announced a new star witness at their hearing into plebgate on Wednesday afternoon.