Articles by Jay Elwes
Jay Elwes / January 16, 2017
"American life has always had this kind of moronic inferno quality to it"
The suggestion that public servants swear an oath to them is intriguing—and not in a good way
The international body has restated what most Israelis want
Jay Elwes / November 16, 2016
It may be that a general election is the only way ahead for Britain
Donald Trump has shattered the post-war consensus
Jay Elwes / October 14, 2016
She could well become the fourth PM to be killed off by Europe
The Pigeon Tunnel by John le Carré (Viking, £20) This unusual autobiography comes barely a year after Adam Sisman’s doorstop examination of the life of John le Carré, and though this new...
And her weakness is more important than Jeremy Corbyn's