Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
Action over Scotland is certainly producing a reaction in England. It’s not what you’d call an ‘equal and opposite reaction’ yet, but it’s there
A Socialist victory by Francois Hollande in France would send shockwaves through austerity-hit Europe.
John Prescott’s verbal stumble on Desert Island Discs portrayed as uncertainty over Ed Miliband’s leadership
There is a view among some Conservatives that Cameron plays into the hands of nationalists when he raises the possibility of further devolution.
The Coalition’s management of the university admissions system is a “direct assault” on the academic quality of higher education in Britain and could do lasting damage to the UK economy, Conservative MPs declare today.
Some interesting developments on tax policy this weekend. Three stand out.
Employers should give young British jobseekers priority over applicants from abroad, the employment minister has said.
There has been a bit of a storm over the Government’s work experience scheme. With the now traditional lack of perspective the Left have branded it “forced labour” and “21st Century slavery”, never knowingly understated!
David Cameron has indicated that he backed Nicolas Sarkozy’s presidential re-election bid despite months of tense relations between the pair.
What do different parties want from the Budget?
From the EU to football and the Falklands, England must abandon its memories of empire to survive in a changing world
Westminster council’s licensing committee is deciding today whether to impose restrictions on big open-air concerts in Hyde Park which would, effectively, prevent them happening at all.
Letter: Losing faith (written to Labour leader Ed Miliband)
Dear Ed, I do wonder how often you receive letters from party members and whether they all start by saying how long they have been party members.
Students will not be penalised for repaying university loans early after David Cameron scrapped a Liberal Democrat plan to raise more money from the middle classes.
The Nats may jeer, but David Cameron gave easily the best case yet for the Union.
UK unemployment rose by 48,000 to 2.67 million in the three months to December, according to official figures.
Two Conservative Party grandees have had an astonishing public dust-up over the UK’s plans to invest in a green economy.
The Bullingdon Club was predicated on alcohol-fuelled destruction. Now Cameron wants to stop the yobs drinking
Osborne’s ‘staying the course’ is like putting a steering lock on a car and driving across town – irrespective of the walls in the way
Drop the most contentious part of the health bill, the chapter on competition, and give the NHS the stability it needs
Last week’s Across The Pond