David Cameron and Jose Manuel Barroso: A tense relationship at the best of times

Is the PM's migrant cap plan designed to fail?

Downing Street's immigration crackdown, dismissed by critics as a blatant bid to out-Ukip Nigel Farage, is unlikely to become reality. That may not worry David Cameron very much

TV debates are coming... and even Cameron wants the Greens in on them

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David Axelrod, herbal drugs and the Green rejection

David Lammy: A new look for London

The man who would be mayor

An interview with David Lammy

Hammond: Talk of treason suggests emotion rather than reason

Hammond's unhelpful temper tantrum

Call for treason charges against Brits in Syria is inane and counter-productive

Opinion Formers

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    NASUWT supports ‘Britain needs a pay rise’

    Hundreds of members of the NASUWT will arrive in London today from across England and Wales to take part a march through Central London and rally in Hyde Park to call for a economic recovery that works for all.

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    NASUWT comments on new guidance by Ofsted

    Chris Keates: 'The publication by Ofsted of clarification for schools is a welcome development which will help to empower teachers to challenge unnecessary and unproductive practices in schools which do not contribute to securing effective teaching and learning'.


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