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    Corbyn’s thin red line

    Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has been skating on thin ice amongst MP’s ever since his election in September, and this...

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    The politics of Paris

    Westminster, and the world, has been rocked and shaken by the devastating terrorist attacks in Paris a week ago....

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    Will having Ken Livingstone as co-chair of its Trident review destroy the Labour Party’s credibility on defence?

    Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive of Corporate Reputation Consulting, says Yes In the wake of the Paris attacks,...

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    Wakey Wakey Prime Minister

    Since 2010, David Cameron has shrugged off accusations that he is disconnected from the reality of everyday life and...

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    Countdown until the days of cuts – 12 days to go

    The Spending Review is 12 days away. Occasional Westminster watchers will want to tune into the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement...

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    EU referendum: Will Cameron’s authority collapse?

    Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive of Corporate Reputation Consulting, says Yes Since John Major lashed out at his...

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    The counter-revolution may come sooner than you think

    Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader is a disaster for the Labour Party. It’s a particular disaster for those who...

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    Is the business secretary right to criticise the CBI for backing EU membership even without reform?

    Mark Wallace is executive editor of ConservativeHome, says Yes I doubt that any of the CBI’s members would ever...

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