Gordon Brown »

Gordon Brown says farewell to the Green Benches

Gordon Brown says farewell to the Green Benches

Alex MacDonald March 26, 2015 0

Today marked the final day for Gordon Brown in the House of Commons as he will stand down for the next election. His final speech is here – but will he be missed? Gordon

Read More »
Let’s Scrap IPSA

Let’s Scrap IPSA

Backbencher December 11, 2013 0

I have argued with several people over the past few days, all of whom have been ready to drag MPs over hot coals and flay them alive because of the 11 per cent pay

Read More »
Review: Damian McBride’s “Power Trip”

Review: Damian McBride’s “Power Trip”

Michael St George September 25, 2013 0

Michael St George reviews “Power Trip”, the account by discredited Gordon Brown spin doctor Damian McBride of his time at the centre of power. For reprehensible things to be done in a leader’s name,

Read More »

Ed Miliband’s turkey is cooked, and he has to go.

Backbencher August 20, 2013 6

Damaine Gorman argues that Ed Miliband simply has to go. As the third anniversary of Ed Miliband’s leadership looms, Labour are still attempting to cope with the awkward, incapable man they were saddled with

Read More »
UK tightens up on Bogus Students

UK tightens up on Bogus Students

Andrew Thorpe-Apps March 2, 2013 0

Andrew Thorpe-Apps says the Coalition is making good progress on immigration reform. Net migration to the UK has fallen by a third. There was a net flow of 163,000 migrants to the UK in the year

Read More »
Why Nadine Dorries is Britain’s Best MP

Why Nadine Dorries is Britain’s Best MP

Olly Neville November 13, 2012 6

Nadine Dorries has taken a lot of stick over her decision to appear on I’m A Celebrity. I expect that sort of nonsense from the tribal left, who revel in using any excuse to

Read More »
Last Man Standing: Memoirs of a Political Survivor

Last Man Standing: Memoirs of a Political Survivor

Andrew Thorpe-Apps October 22, 2012 3

I have followed Jack Straw’s career more closely than others because we attended the same school. I remember feeling strangely proud when he was appointed Foreign Secretary and later Justice Secretary. This stemmed from

Read More »
twitter