Doing deals is all part of the new way of doing politics

Comment: Time to work together

It looks like we'd better start getting used to a different way of doing politics.

Both Ed Miliband and David Cameron desperately need to win their TV debates

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Hague's last defeat: Labour MPs block 'grubby' anti-Bercow coup

MPs have defeated William Hague's "grubby" attack on John Bercow by blocking a move to introduce secret ballots on Speaker elections.

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Comment: Boarding school has scarred our leaders

Everyone knows there's something wrong with politics in Britain. And, at long last, the psychotherapy profession has started to take note.

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