Archive of January 2009

Politics.co.uk

Sleaze: A timeline

Timeline of sleaze - Cash for questions, cash for honours, cash for nothing.

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    PMQs as-it-happened

    See how this week's prime minister's questions went down minute-by-minute.

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    Profile: Sir Paul Stephenson

    Deputies live out life in the shadows, waiting and desperately hoping the boss falls from grace before they themselves are too old to take over. Often they are disappointed.

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    A presidential distraction

    MPs have a healthy sense of their own importance in the general scheme of things and are often, as a result, uninterested by anything happening outside British politics. Barack Obama's inauguration proved an exception to the rule.

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    The loser: Peter Ainsworth

    With any cabinet reshuffle there will inevitable be casualties and this time it is Peter Ainsworth.

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    Treading the tightrope

    Treading the tightrope

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    Feature: United fronts

    Persuading politicians is always difficult. Which is why, in different ways, lobby groups are increasingly preferring a unified stance to get the government listening.

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