The history of British governments relying on Irish MPs hasn’t always been a happy one, finds PAUL SAFFER.
Theresa May finally calls a general election.
Everyone had a view on Margaret Thatcher, from Adrian Mole to Ian Wright.
Tory and Labour departures in the aftermath of the 1992 election.
The man nicknamed ‘In Deep Shit’ is the inaugural winner of our award for being ubiquitous and unnecessary.
ALWYN TURNER on 1992-2007, the days when Labour leader and prime minister weren’t mutually exclusive jobs.
Continuing ALWYN TURNER’s history of the post-war Labour Party, seen through leadership elections past (1976-88).