Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
It’s strangely appropriate that James Wharton will be the MP who introduces the Conservatives’ bill which would legislate for an In-Out referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.
For Wharton is the MP for Stockton South, and one of his predecessors (as MP for plain Stockton-on-Tees) was Harold Macmillan. Long after Macmillan lost the seat in 1945 (and later became MP for Bromley) he retained a great affinity for Stockton, and decades later became the Earl of Stockton when he took a hereditary title.
Mr Gove is one of the senior Tories Nigel Farage always says he could do business with (in contrast to David Cameron).
Lord Healey becomes the third former chancellor in recent days to express the view that Britain would be better off outside than inside the European Union.
Sir Alex Ferguson was our greatest manager, but a European champion? Political Correspondent Michael Crick, Westminster’s most famous Manchester United fan, looks back.
With Ukip councillors across the country surprised by their own success, it could mean the dawn of a major new political party, says Michael Crick.
Former tabloid journalist Paul McMullan says Ukip leader Nigel Farage urged him to stand as a Ukip candidate. But the Ukip leader tells Channel 4 News he cannot remember this conversation.
The woman who has been making allegations of sexual harassment against the Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock said she was “deflated” after a meeting with the Lib Dem Chief Whip Alistair
Rupert Murdoch and Margaret Thatcher were “great allies and friends”, writes Michael Crick – so why isn’t he attending her funeral?
Nick Clegg spoke today for the first time about allegations of sexual misconduct against Mike Hancock. But his account of events raises questions over what the Lib Dems have learned from the