Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, has warned that David Cameron’s decision to opt out of Europe is “bad for Britain”, revealing a deep split in the Coalition.
David Cameron has isolated us in Europe and diminished us in Washington’s eyes
British Prime Minister David Cameron should decommission the Channel Tunnel in the dual interests of combating Mass Illegal Immigration and National Security.The Channel Tunnel has facilitated the arrival of Millions of Illegal Immigrants into Great Britain since its ill conceived conception
Chancellor George Osborne has defended David Cameron’s decision to veto a new European Union treaty and insisted that it has not diminished Britain’s influence in Europe.
It’s a good job Einstein didn’t need a grant
British schools need to select the most respected qualifications, not the ones that are easiest to obtain, writes Dale Bassett.
Prime minister must steer course between Eurosceptic ministers and Vince Cable’s opposition
The Conservative approach to poverty is the only game in town, with Labour leaving nothing to spend on the state
Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, has ordered an official inquiry into the exam system after an investigation exposed examiners giving teachers secret advice on how to improve their GCSE and A-level results.
As recession bites, the shadow chancellor’s economic approach will gain admirers. Political reward will surely follow
Fury as kids shiver on coldest day
A few years ago, one of those ubiquitous (and rather pointless) surveys asked the public to name the ten most hated jobs in the country. Surprisingly, politicians only came ninth.
Although Ed Miliband has had some successes (for example, I wrote here about his prize-winning phrase ‘the squeezed middle’), and he is undoubtedly a serious-minded and committed politician, it’s not unfair to say that he has failed to convince the electorate that he is a potential Prime Minister.
Reading the Riots leaves us with a big question: do we have the energy to give these people the stake they do not have
Britain faces the threat of years of disorder on the streets fuelled by the economic crisis, a former Met chief warned today.
Housing minister Grant Shapps has pledged to end the ‘digital apartheid’ that prevents social housing tenants from using the internet.
Almost 4 million UK children do not own a book, research suggests.
Oil and nuclear industries’ presence throughout Whitehall exposed by Green MP, who warns of undue influence on policy
The Prime Minister insists any treaty changes in Europe will not come at the expense of Britain’s national interest and called for more competitiveness across the Eurozone.