Interviews

Just whom will the Lib Dems work with, then?

25 April 2010 9:50

Two noteworthy entries, today, in the will-they-won’t-they game of coalition government.  The first from Nick Clegg in the Sunday Times:…

Tories growing used to a hung parliament in public and in private

24 April 2010 10:59

Planting seeds, that’s what the Tories are doing – they’re planting the seeds of a Lib-Con alliance.  Yes, it’s a…

Cameron’s low reward interview with Paxo

23 April 2010 17:23

David Cameron is recording his interview with Jeremy Paxman at 5.15 today, it’ll air at 8.30. Cameron didn’t want to…

A bumpy ride for Brown on Radio One

20 April 2010 14:00

Gordon, meet disillusionment.  Disillusionment, the Prime Minister.  Ask him questions on whatever you want: the economy, jobs, immigration, expenses –…

Brown’s mindset on full display

18 April 2010 11:49

Labour high command will be very satisfied with Brown’s performance on Marr this morning. There was far less of the…

The future might be yellow

14 April 2010 12:31

The Liberal Democrats are doing well. Very well. More voters seem actively to want a hung parliament – they neither…

The return of Chris Grayling

13 April 2010 15:53

Adam Boutlon’s interview with Chris Grayling this afternoon felt like a pressure valve being released.  Grayling’s recent low profile had…

What would you ask Cameron?

11 April 2010 22:46

David Cameron takes a few journalists with him on each of his one-day tours, and it’s my turn tomorrow: 6am…

Nick Clegg’s self-defeating Scargillian rhetoric

11 April 2010 18:42

The transformation of Nick Clegg from moderate Europeanist to a populist continues apace. The Lib Dem leader is very serious…

Cameron is Mr Reasonable on Today

9 April 2010 9:06

Another day, another party leader on the Today Programme.  This time it was David Cameron, and his interrogator was Evan…

Woolas on the rack

8 April 2010 13:53

Phil Woolas has just been confronted on Daily Politics about immigration figures which we uncovered on Coffee House yesterday, showing…

Civil service discussing Tory efficiency savings

8 April 2010 12:22

Laura Kuenssberg of the BBC is reporting that senior civil servants met this morning to discuss how they would implement…

Brown comes under heavy fire on Today

8 April 2010 9:04

Woah. I doubt Brown will endure many tougher twenty-minute spells during this election campaign than his interview with on the…

Two steps forward for the Tories, one step backwards for the Lib Dems

4 April 2010 16:42

Last week, the Tories strengthened their tax-cutting credentials with a smart policy on national insurance.  I’m sure you didn’t miss…

Osborne confirms that there will be no more Tory cuts this year

3 April 2010 10:50

David Cameron said as much in his Today Programme interview, but now we know for sure: we’ve heard everything we’re…

Cameron defends his spending cuts – and suggests there won’t be more before the election

1 April 2010 8:52

Want some more David Cameron?  Well, the Tories are happy to oblige.  After their party leader’s speech yesterday, he is…

For the workers?

17 March 2010 9:05

One of the defences that Labour types are mustering over Unite is, bascially, that it’s better to be funded by…

In the name of the father

20 February 2010 19:54

“I’m not perfect” Gordon Brown said in his speech today – knowing that, in a couple of hours, we’ll hear…

Will Brown’s next interrogators be the public?

15 February 2010 9:13

So what next for the new, more human, Gordon Brown (as seen on TV)?  Well, according to today’s Times, there…

The best publicity Brown is ever likely to get

14 February 2010 23:47

Brown is very lucky to have a friend in Piers Morgan. He did him a great service in the ITV…