Articles by Andrew Marr
Few writers can bring a painting to life as dazzlingly as Simon Schama
Westminster cannot compete with the lords of money and Brussels
If newspapers die, will we lose anything?
The vote could be closer than you think
Did Diana's death make Britain a more emotionally healthy country? Or was it just the first example of the trend to turn private grief into public spectacle?
Kingsley and Martin Amis represent the successes and failures of their respective generations, but they can't match the best American fiction
Is home rule enough? Dear Andrew, It is many years since you and I were foot soldiers in the Portobello Labour party in Edinburgh. Scottish politics looks very different today (alas, the same cannot...
On the 50th anniversary of Orwell's essay, Politics and the English Language, Andrew Marr finds political English in good health—thanks, in part, to Orwell's warnings. Power and brutality still...