I've been to B&Q's office in Eastleigh to hear the PM and Chancellor warn of a "DIY recession." I wonder if they cleared that line with B&Q when they booked the venue?
The plan had been to hold this Queen's Speech after the referendum on the EU but the government felt there was a danger it would look like it had nothing to do.
The poll Table suggests that opinion amongst white voters is absolutely neck and neck. But opinion amongst ethnic minority voters breaks 2 to 1 in favour of Remain.
If you listen back to the garden party tape you can actually hear the Commander D'Orsi say to The Queen: "They also wanted to come in your carriage with an interpreter." The Queen replies: "Yes" afte
Abuse, personal attacks and mockery - the Leave and Remain wings of the Tory party aren't pulling any punches, but will David Cameron be able to reunite his party after the referendum?
"Can we be so sure that peace is assured?" David Cameron asked today in his latest speech for Remain. You might be wondering why he hadn't mentioned that before.
Mr Corbyn mucked up the expectations management when he accidentally said Labour wouldn't lose seats in these contests. He wasn't that far wrong when it came to the English council elections.
By claiming that he is aiming to gain seats in this Thursday's local elections, Jeremy Corbyn set himself an electoral test that he will struggle to win. But he did it by accident.
In Michael Gove, the Leave team have a joint convenor and leading voice who has never been comfortable with the Theresa May line on immigration.
Where better for Jeremy Corbyn to try to bail out Tory-led Project Fear on the EU than in the Ministry of Fear. The Senate Building at the University of London was the Ministry of Information in the
We will probably never know if the newspapers that didn't publish the Whittingdale story were hoping to apply pressure to the Culture Secretary.
People close to the PM say he was fed up seeing his father's face linked to unsavoury business practices, wanted to defend his father and felt he personally had nothing to hide.
The Government's leaflet setting out it's case for Britain remaining in the EU is a pretty dour production. From next week it goes out to every household in the UK.