Journal columnist George Hepburn says that if the PM ends up campaigning for us to leave the EU then the far right will have won
The Journal's former political editor says a North East assembly may be out of the question - but there is still a way forward
Writer and poet Kate Fox says a project to explore a First World War disaster in the North East is teaching her valuable lessons
The Prime Minister was told to shelve the Climate Change Act to which it was claimed there was "extraordinarily strong opposition"
Newcastle MP and former cabinet minister says David Cameron will not bother to consult with the newly-formed North East Combined Authority
Union leaders have hit out after the rail service which operates in the North East faces losing nine trains - to 'David Cameron's stomping ground'
Blaydon Labour MP and Journal columnist says the future of the National Health Service will dominate the general election campaign
Journal columnist George Hepburn says the murder of Alan Henning was grotesque, but the way forward must be diplomacy and not war
The Journal's former political editor looks at the party conferences so far - and says differing visions for the NHS will loom large at the election
Youth Focus: North East programme intends to 'abolish' youth unemployment by helping those affected find work
The Journal's opinion column for Thursday, October 2, in which we ask if David Cameron will take up the offer of seeing youth unemployment in the region
Royal Grammar School headmaster Bernard Trafford believes those in the public eye need to wise up to stop their intimate pictures being splashed across the internet
Appetite for regional devolution higher than "English votes for English laws"
The economy and Ed Miliband will be top issues in the Conservative election campaign, the Prime Minister told his colleagues
Conservative leader will argue Labour can't be trusted with the NHS because they can't be trusted with the economy
North East GPs have criticised David Cameron's plan to open GP services seven days a week by 2020\n
The Journal's former political editor says Labour can answer the question about English devolution - but the question about its leader is far tougher
Commons votes to back air strikes against terror group in Iraq following six-hour debate
Labour leader Ed Miliband said he was ready to lead Britain with a detailed and workmanlike speech
The Journal's opinion column for Tuesday, September 23, in which we argue that there is no real appetite to revisit the 2004 referendum