Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
An interesting campaign is gaining ground at Westminster with huge implications for the BBC.
The Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen claims he has the support of 100 other MPs for an amendment he’s tabled to the deregulation bill to make it stop being a criminal offence to fail to pay the TV licence which funds the BBC.
Never before do I recall a minister publicly attacking another in such stark, vituperative terms as in today’s spat between Vince Cable and James Brokenshire over immigration.
Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage have given us a taste of their forthcoming radio and TV debates by crossing swords today over their relative voting records.
Torquay, with its many palm trees, is the most continental of English resorts. Yet this weekend it hosts the most uncontinental of British political parties: Ukip.
Labour is likely to win this week’s Wythenshawe by-election. But the big question is how well Ukip fares – while all the Lib Dems can expect is another lost deposit.
The Oxford Union releases a video clip of the MEP Godfrey Bloom asking a physically disabled student, David Browne: “Are you Richard III, or not?”
In an Oxford Union debate last night, Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom appears to have topped his Bongbongoland comment, and his talk of “sluts”, and rapping me over the head with a Ukip
It is astonishing that no other audio recording of Guy Burgess seems to exist anywhere else in the world, even though Burgess worked for the BBC for more than five years.
So Keith Wallis has admitted his guilt and faces the prospect of several months in jail. But is still doesn’t clear Andrew Mitchell’s name, as another policeman stands by his account of
Dominic Grieve tells David Davis in House of Commons he is looking into whether his Parliamentary Answer on CPS libel settlements was accurate.