Westminster Watch

Westminster Watch – January 2014

Toby Craig reflects on the life of Nelson Mandela and his contribution to the political landscape. In a pithy sentence, Barack Obama masterfully captured the essence of... read more

Westminster Watch - December 2013

End of term report. As 2013 draws to a close, Toby Craig reviews the past 12 months in Westminster. As the finishing touches are applied to the 2013 review shows and we... read more

Westminster Watch - November 2013

Drinking in the Last Chance Saloon; Toby Craig asks if press regulation is now an inevitability. Party conferences and a bit of feng shui in the form of a pretty unexciting... read more

Westminster Watch - September 2013

As party conference season approaches, all the political parties are jockeying for position, as Toby Craig reports Later this month, we are expecting the second legal aid... read more

Westminster Watch - August 2013

Toby Craig watches the legal aid consultation drama continue to unfold Nobody’s going on a summer holiday... read more

WestminsterWatch - July 2013

As scandal sweeps through the corridors of power again, Toby Craig surveys the political scene School for scandal Fifty years ago last month saw the... read more

WestminsterWatch - June 2013

With responses to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation paper on legal aid flowing in, Toby Craig considers the changing landscape The only game in town... read more

WestminsterWatch - May 2013

Toby Craig reflects on Lady Thatcher’s passing, cuts, cuts and more cuts and the challenges facing the criminal Bar For whom the bell tolls... A busy month... read more

Westminster Watch - April 2013

Toby Craig looks at an eventful month inside and outside the Palace of Westminster and the lessons to be learnt The Rise and the Fall What price success?... read more

WestminsterWatch - March 2013

Intrigue, scandal and everything in between. Toby Craig examines the state of play in Westminster Wedded to Europe? There are some months when churning out... read more

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