New Labour

Teaching etiquette in the modern world

Michael Gove was the most dynamic education secretary Britain ever had

In the spin doctor’s memoirs the similarities between Evelyn Waugh’s protagonist Charles Ryder and Gordon Brown’s antagonist Damian McBride are several and eerie

According to the LSE, the last Labour government’s public spending “worked”. But the researchers came to this conclusion solely from a play on words

The former Prime Minister, whose call for Western military intervention in Syria is consistent with his words and actions in office

Anyone who voiced concern about the rate of immigration into Britain was branded a racist. They weren’t racist. They were right

The so-called rightward march towards “austerity” has shifted entirely into the territory of the big-spending Left

‘New Labour’s top brass doesn’t live on council estates, but it might have the decency to check the impact its policies have had on the UK labour market’