Articles by John McTernan
John McTernan / May 10, 2016
There is a binary choice in Scotland—and the party has not positioned itself firmly on either side of it
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
"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