Freya Relaxing "Freya had to go, it just wasn't working out. She was a handful. Poor Lola was scared of her."-- an unidentified Downing Street sourceFreya's short-lived reign as the first cat of the Exchequer has come to an abrupt end. Show More Summary
One of the things that every political team needs is a Liz Sugg. Sugg works in Downing Street and makes sure that every trip the Prime Minister makes anywhere runs… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Miliband heads for the exit appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Credits: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text: The European Court of Justice Downing Street welcomes European Court of Justice decision on Romanian woman living in Germany One-Minute Read Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 4:22pm The...Show More Summary
The EU Budget deal has moved the story on and taken the pressure off If you have bad news to get out, then Friday evening is as good a time as any to do it. MPs have gone back to their constituencies, the public is paying less attention and it falls in that gap between […]
December 7's CicLAvia South LA will mark the furthest forays into South LA for the event, which shuts down streets to cars and opens them up to other forms of transportation, like bikes, feet, and rollerskates. No route yet...
One important staffing decision David Cameron took early in his premiership was to fill the post of Chief Mouser, which had been vacant since the demise of its previous occupant,… Continue reading The post Don’t believe in tribal politics? Take a look at how people respond to Downing Street’s cats appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Officers were not amused after the man taxied his wingless two-seater down the main street in the rural mining town of Newman, Western Australia.
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David Cameron has been warned by German chancellor Angela Merkel that she would rather see the UK leave the European Union than change freedom of movement rules, according to reports. Downing Street on Sunday did not deny that the conversation...Show More Summary
Introducing the new swing voters: Purple Labourites and Rainbow Liberals For a long time it looked as if two factors were going to deliver the keys to Downing Street to Ed Miliband. The first was that in the first six months of the parliament, around two-fifths of the Lib Dems’ 2010 vote switched to Labour […]
Given how close the phone-hacking scandal got to the heart of Downing Street, the Tories will be hoping nothing will provoke more questions this side of the election about Cameron’s hiring of… Continue reading The post Should Cameron be worried about Neville Thurlbeck’s New Year surprise? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
In another grubby move Craig Oliver, Downing Street Director of Communications, has leaked to the Daily Mail a text message he sent to me after my Newsnight appearance on Tuesday night. Mr Oliver said that I was "tired and emotional". Anyone who watches my Newsnight appearance can see that I was sober. The Downing Street [...]
The verdict is in: Ed Miliband is a walking disaster, a drag anchor on his party's popularity, the man who will single-handedly keep David Cameron in Downing Street. As Dan Hodges writes, "The voices that told us not to underestimate him, that all he needed was time, that he has discerned shifts in the public [...]
Record rainfall in the south of France enabled a couple of men to kayak down the street.
There is a sign on French level crossings for those who consider themselves to be vigilant. It reads "One train can hide another". This is sound advice should be erected in Oval Office and Downing Street. Only it should read: "One intervention can hide another." While all eyes are on Syria and Iraq, another intervention is taking place in Yemen. Show More Summary
There’s a 6 point swing from Con to Lab in this polling – This would put Ed Miliband into Downing Street with a majority of 62, assuming UNS. The @LordAshcroft polling pic.twitter.com/KcMyqbTeEO — The Screaming Eagles (@TSEofPB) September 28, 2014 It also makes for unpleasant reading for the Lib Dems, as Lord Ashcroft notes, A […]
I bumped into Ed Miliband last night. We were both attending the Daily Mirror reception on the old Coronation Street set at Granada studios. Slightly surreally, I was walking out of the Rover’s Return as he was walking in. He smiled and said “hello”, and I smiled and said “hello”, and then we went our [...]
Whatever you think of him, you certainly can’t accuse Ed Miliband of lacking ambition. Not only has he called the 2015 general election in his own favour, he appears to have called his triumphant 2020 re-election as well. According to pre-briefing, Miliband is set to unveil a six-point, 10-year plan for revitalising Britain when he [...]
Why has Downing Street has been leaking to favoured journalists details of a sordid and deeply unedifying private dinner which took place between the Prime Minister, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and a small group of hangers on late last Thursday night? The story is damaging for the Prime Minister because it undermines the idea [...]
Can you picture it? Really picture it. In your mind’s eye. Prime Minister Miliband, the early morning sun glinting off that famous black door, proffers one final wave, then steps across the threshold into No 10 Downing Street. Tomorrow marks the end of Ed Miliband’s journey. It was a journey that began on this very [...]