Articles by Gaby Hinsliff
Strong discipline mixed with reassurance from teachers has turned round schools. But critics say it's too harsh
A hard Brexit fringe has seized control of the Conservatives. That leaves millions of voters homeless. Could they swing the coming election?
Optimism used to provide its own grounds for hope in elections. But not anymore
No matter their politics, in 2019, no-one feels like a winner. How is it that everybody can be feeling beaten at once?
The southeast of England has long been a Tory heartland. But now a wave of new arrivals—the DFLs, people who have moved "Down from London"—are making Labour a serious player
Gaby Hinsliff / September 13, 2017
A pro-European among Brexiteers, Amber Rudd has shown herself to be a flexible operator. If things go her way, could she be our next PM?