Archive of January 2010

Getting behind Russian government's walls is a tough ask

Analysis: Hague rolls Russian dice

William Hague's trip to Moscow lays the groundwork for what both sides hope could be an upturn in distinctly frosty relations between Britain and Russia.

  • Geoff Hoon: far better at getting rid of presidents than prime ministers

    Sketch: Who's Hoon?

    Most men would be content with removing the leaders of totalitarian Middle Eastern states. Not Geoff Hoon, who has recently felt the need to attempt to topple prime ministers of well-established democracies.

  • Race of a Liftime, by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin

    Review: Race of a Lifetime

    How Barack Obama won the White House and Sarah Palin lost her mind.


    Audio: Tony Lloyd

    Parliamentary Labour party chairman Tony Lloyd condemns Geoff Hoon and Patricia Hewitt's attempt to secure a vote on Gordon Brown's leadership:


    Audio: Geoff Hoon

    Labour's Geoff Hoon attempts to justify his decision to call for a parliamentary Labour party vote on Gordon Brown's leadership.


    Labour rebels in full

    In an afternoon of high drama in Westminster, tracks those Labour MPs publicly joining Hoon and Hewitt's calls for a secret ballot.

  • Brown seems upbeat, is a shock result on the way?

    Revived Labour?

    A series of opinion polls have hinted at a resurgent Labour performance in the general election.

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