Jim Pickard is the FT's chief political correspondent, having joined the lobby team in January 2008. He has been at the FT since 1999 as a regional correspondent, assistant UK news editor and property correspondent.
Kiran Stacey is an FT political correspondent, having joined the lobby in 2011. He started at the FT as a graduate trainee in 2008, working on desks including UK companies and US equity markets before taking over the FT's Energy Source blog.
Comment by John21 The Barnett formula only covers the expenditure side of the equation. Why does nobody ever talk about the income side of the equation (how much is generated in taxes and other revenues)? And what abou …
Comment by SM09 They looked into the socialist abyss, did not like what they saw & voted appropriatelyThe NO people got their revenge ,over the hectoring, harassing YES folk
Comment by Madasafish The "West Lothian issue" should not be contentious. If the positions were reversed and it was the Tories who had 41 MPs in Scotland voting on English Bills. the clamour from Labour for reform would …
Comment by Thomas 9. The Westminster political class is widely loathed throughout the UK and is almost completely incompetent. 10. Do not trust these people to write a democratic constitution.
Comment by 7866497 Sorry to be a pedant but "administrating" ? Do you mean "administration" or "administering"?