David Cameron launched his European renegotiation this week, says Emily Hohler. But his demands have been criticised for being too modest.
Articles written by Emily Hohler
The chancellor’s putting numbers ahead of people is an occupational hazard, but also a personal shortcoming.
The government wants to give public bodies powers to pry into people’s internet usage. But can they be trusted? Emily Hohler reports.
The appointment of Seumas Milne as Jeremy Corbyn’s head of strategy and communications has been met by dismay within the Labour party.
For the first time in a century, the House of Lords controversially voted to delay the implementation of George Osborne’s tax credit cuts. Emily Hohler reports.
The European Union has sought to strike a deal with Turkey to halt the refugee influx into Europe. Emily Hohler reports.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan has reignited the debate over grammar schools after giving the Weald of Kent the go ahead.
Both sides increasingly agree, renegotiating Britain’s relationship with Europe is futile, reports Emily Hohler.
Labour backbenchers were in uproar over Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell’s U-turn on the fiscal charter.
The recent Conservative party conference witnessed would-be party leaders seeking to make their mark. Emily Hohler reports.