Articles by John McTernan
Free trade is one of the greatest liberating forces on earth—why is it so unpopular?
John McTernan / April 29, 2016
At least, it is in Corbyn's Labour Party
It will undergo a revival—but an internal war will come first
"Local politics reduced to pointless populist posturing"
The SNP's deal with China is either impressive or not finalised—it cannot be both
John McTernan / April 1, 2016
"Populism is not crushed by empathy or understanding or cuddles. It is killed by brute force."
The Chief Executive of our Health Service is a quiet but radical reformer
One of Leave's most politically savvy moves was to talk about Commonwealth immigration
The Chancellor's luck will run out before the next general election
John McTernan / March 11, 2016
Dan Jarvis's speech was a step in the right-direction, but far more is needed