Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
Tonight, as Ukip is holding its selection meeting for the constituency of Basildon South, a letter from the Ukip finance committee querying expenses claims made by the former Tory MP Neil Hamilton has been seen by Channel 4 News.
Norman Scott, whom Jeremy Thorpe was accused of trying to murder, warns Thorpe’s funeral will be an occasion for political bigwigs to gloss over the extraordinary events of the 1960s and
The three main parties are in tatters after Ukip’s by-election win in Rochester – how far can the “protest vote” go?
Labour has won the South Yorkshire crime commissioner by-election – but all three main parties are gloomy about their general election prospects.
I hate journalistic hype and exaggeration but could the EU’s sudden demand for Britain to pay an extra £1.7bn be a possible turning point in our political history?
Two of Britain’s top election lawyers say the primary the Tories are holding to pick their candidate for the Rochester by-election could open the result to a legal challenge.
The Conservatives are splashing tens of thousands on a ‘primary’ in Rochester. Good for democracy, or a wheeze for getting around spending rules?
Former Conservative MP Douglas Carswell captures Ukip’s first parliamentary seat and marks an extraordinary breakthrough for Nigel Farage and his party.
By playing it low-key in various by-elections, Labour could be in danger of feeding the Ukip beast, only to find the creature turns round later and bites them too.