Finding out the things that people don't want unearthed, Michael Crick keeps an investigative eye on the halls of power.
It was meant to be Mark Reckless’s triumphant return. Only local Tories – angry at what they see as Mark Reckless’s deception and treachery – fought back this morning. In
Nigel Farage is against UK air strikes in Iraq – but his deputy chair supports them. This illustrates several things about Ukip.
With possible by-election gains off Labour as well as the Conservatives in October, I am starting to think Ukip could end up with a vote above 10 per cent in the general election.
Former deputy premier John Prescott attacks his former boss Tony Blair’s business activities and his views on military intervention overseas.
Reverberations from the Scottish referendum are still playing out in the traditionally safe Labour seat of Heywood and Middleton, reports Michael Crick.
Alex Salmond and Nigel Farage have seized the chance. Both are charismatic, cheeky-chappy personalities and outsider politicians who’ve brilliantly exploited public disgust with old
Scotland Yard today finally published their report into the plebgate affair, providing new information about how the leaks occurred and what happened.
When I was back stage and complimented “David Beckham” on his realistic nasal tones, the actor, to my embarrassment, admitted it was his real voice.
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.