RE:SEAT represents an attempt to throw the baby out with the bathwater, and should be resisted.
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RE:SEAT’s attempt to impoverish MPs reflects an anti-politics sentiment that will only weaken Parliament
While the Tory party may believe it can stand athwart history yelling ‘stop’, YouTube still exists.
David Cameron was prepared to sacrifice a cabinet minister rather than face down the police.
Could the McBride memoirs provide an opportunity for Labour to distance itself from the worst sort of ‘alpha male’ politics?
Labour MP Geraint Davies has warned that the party has not done enough to tackle the line that Labour is responsible for the country’s economic mess.
TweetLewis Coyne is a member of SERA: Labour’s Environment Campaign. He writes here in a personal capacity. On Tuesday the Green MP Caroline Lucas was released on bail following her arrest in the West Sussex village of Balcombe. Lucas had taken part in Monday’s protest against the exploratory drilling undertaken by fracking company Cuadrilla, who […]
It has emerged that the Prince of Wales has aides working in government departments which raises questions about his political neutrality.
The Conservative Party received over a million pounds in just three months from donors who had private dinners with David Cameron and other senior ministers. This includes £694,370 from donors in the financial sector, including hedge fund managers.