Monthly Archives: July 2014

We should applaud Michael Gove’s departure – and understand why he lasted so long

Twenty years ago, as a student, I spent a couple of weeks doing work experience at the Times and met Michael Gove, then an up-and-coming Leader writer. I was – and arguably still am – a complete nobody and Gove … Continue reading

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Beware the dangers of Opportunistic Labour

The conviction of Andy Coulson last week left an open goal for Labour. I choose my words carefully, given that Coulson is about to face a retrial on further charges, but Labour was – and still is – quite right … Continue reading

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