Public opinion on the Leave vote may be turning, but the PM faces no real opposition
She should be looking vulnerable, but her approval ratings are historic
From 9th June, every company that re-locates to Poland, every piece of weak economic data...
Democracy requires broad coalitions of interests among people who differ
The prime minister is right—no deal is better than a bad deal
David Tonge / April 28, 2017
He never stopped writing
Jennifer Coombs / April 13, 2017
Amid the sheep and battlefields of the Falklands, the diversity is a surprise
Richard Harrington / April 13, 2017
"It is estimated that an extra £17bn a year will have been saved through auto-enrolment"
Josephine Cumbo / April 13, 2017
"The government has so far shown little desire to step up to a more muscular approach if...
Bryony Worthington / April 13, 2017
Despite Trump's bluster
Nesrine Malik / April 12, 2017
Under cover laws
Martha Gill / April 11, 2017
Brits want very different things. May can't please them all
Sound and Vision
Tom Clark / April 13, 2017
"We may be approaching the end of days where 'British history' is concerned"
Sayeeda Warsi / April 13, 2017
Set up a national cultural exchange scheme
Torsten Bell / April 13, 2017
Jeremy says it is racing away. Theresa says it is falling. They can't both be right, and...
Ian Irvine / April 13, 2017
Extracts from memoirs and diaries
Could independence for Scotland mean liberation for England? Neal Ascherson argues for nationalism on both sides of the border. Also: What will happen after Islamic State?
Is Labour finished? Will it split? Ross McKibbin weighs the chances for the party and the country. Also: Madame La Presidente—can Marine Le Pen win?
The new normal: What Trump in the White House means for the US economy, freedom of speech and the rest of the world. Also: Anne Perkins on the real Theresa May