All is not well in the Labour camp.
An almighty row has broken out about whether MPs should be whipped when the time comes to decide on airstrikes.
When John McDonnell read a quote from Chairman Mao in parliament, jaws hit the floor.
Laughter is the best medicine … for the government benches.
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The Labour leader stands no chance of winning an election if he can't win over the media.
“I’m right behind you … hopefully.”
The British PM wants military action in Syria. First, he must convince a reluctant parliament.
Look out behind you: Jeremy Corbyn replies to David Cameron’s defence statement.
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Corbyn can't replicate his wider popularity among MPs. Will it cost him?
British chief of defence staff did cross the line when discussing the nuclear option.
Two sceptics, but there can be only one campaign.
There are two groups vying to lead the Brexit camp but only one can become the official lead campaign.
Gough Whitlam, pictured here in 2008, looks at the original letter that dismissed him from office in 1975.
Sir John Kerr probably made his own decision to dismiss the Whitlam government much earlier than he acknowledged publicly while alive – but he came to this conclusion in discussion with others.
Don’t book the band just yet.
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A vote in favour of marriage equality in Northern Ireland was stymied by a mechanism designed to protect minorities.
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The Labour leader is hoping to recruit a new generation of activists in one of his party's strongest cities.
The Conservative government want to make £4.4 billion in savings by cutting tax credits. But what exactly are they?
Right of centre.
Until this week’s tax credits debacle, the Conservatives have performed exquisitely the role of the reasonable and pragmatic English party that swears by its faith in “whatever works”. So far, under the…
The government's hands are tied on taxing tampons, but there are alternatives.
Here we go again.
Pointless pickets, factional infighting, grandstanding support for the oppressed – haven't we been here before?
Women at the workhouse.
The policies and rhetoric around the drive to cut the welfare bill show the persistence of a 19th century approach to relieving poverty.
Comrades in treachery: Donald Maclean (left) and Guy Burgess.
New papers shed light on the aftermath of the dramatic flight of two of the notorious 'Cambridge Spies'.
China's economy is stuttering and the slowdown is set to continue.
Stuart Rose is here to inspire you.
The campaign to keep Britain in the European Union was officially launched on October 12. But the grand unveiling in London was entirely lacking in fizz. The idea that Britain will be stronger if it remains…
Land of hope and Tory.
Big laughs, attacks on Corbyn but what's the plan on Europe?
And then a step to the riiiiight.
The Conservative Party is the Harry Houdini of British politics -- it puts itself into impossible situations, apparently for the sheer thrill of it