Articles by Jay Elwes
The triumphs of 20th century space exploration were colossal. Will Britain play a role in the triumphs of the 21st?
Space—it's not all cold hard politics
Jay Elwes / May 15, 2018
It’s one thing to invent a clever new technology, quite another to work out a canny way of using it
They are already weak, and as Brexit legislation moves through parliament they are coming under immense strain
The true character of our main political parties is being revealed by Brexit
This book isn't a bridge too far for the historian
As ducks bob down the river, the bench where Sergei and Yulia Skripal were found is cut up for removal
Lithium—the crucial ingredient in the world’s best batteries—could help us kick the oil addiction. Jay Elwes descended down a dark tunnel in the countryside to find out more
Britain clearly needs more infrastructure. But where to spend the money?
Jay Elwes / March 21, 2018
Britain still has a part to play in global security affairs—so long as it can afford the bill