Articles by Robin McGhee
The party needs to elect a leader who can help redefine it, says one of its former parliamentary candidates
The comedian-turned-activist styles himself as a pupil of Chomsky, but his new book only furthers the cause of the establishment he rails against
Robin McGhee / July 15, 2014
What lasting significance do Cabinet switch-arounds have?
Robin McGhee / December 23, 2013
Patrick Diamond is one of the more convincing crusaders behind the banner of St Tony
It’s Christmas and MPs want to go home. Unfortunately the House sits until Thursday, and before that we have the ritual of Prime Minister’s Questions. In the dregs of the year nobody is...
George Orwell was a romantic. His politics represents the clang of his aspirations against the cold steel of reality
Cameron's speech will do little to undo the Conservative Party's long-term decline
Why does every government make so many blunders? And can anything be done to prevent them?
The latest Boris Johnson collection has lots of laughs and little substance