Ed Miliband

General Election 2015 campaign – May 2nd

The stone slab that sunk Ed Miliband

The finger pointing among consultants, pollsters and the media ignores a fundamental truth, writes Jonathon Gatehouse: the Labour leader was a stiff
Cameron’s Conservatives win outright majority in British elections

The U.K. election: Winners, losers, and trouble to come

Michael Petrou on the resignations, victories and conflicts that may lie ahead following Thursday’s vote
Britain’s opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine Thornton leave  following his speech at the Labour Party’s annual conference in Manchester

What’s cooking in the U.K.? Politics.

For the U.K. Labour and Tory party leaders, the family kitchen is an unfriendly campaign-trail stopping point
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland

What the British do to their political leaders

David Cameron and Ed Miliband are interrogated

How Britain joined the war in Iraq

How the mother parliament settled on an Iraq resolution
Riding the riots

David Cameron rides the riots

The British PM is promising to fix his country’s ‘broken society’—and Britons are listening