Articles by John McTernan
The Scottish First Minister is punishing children just to prove a political point
Why should an American company pay British taxes on Irish profits?
"The most fundamental error of the Labour Party is never mentioned—it ran in the wrong country"
John McTernan / January 11, 2016
Blair wanted friends who could "make things happen", and the then-President was the ultimate prize
The only permanent fact of party political life in Britain is the Conservative Party
How we got here, and what to do now
John McTernan / December 3, 2015
The Prime Minister has not learned the lessons of his predecessors
John McTernan / November 26, 2015
The Shadow Chancellor's speech yesterday was both offensive and incompetent
The political maverick is one of the best speakers of his generation and might win over the capital's unpredictable electorate