Articles by Jay Elwes
The suggestion that public servants swear an oath to them is intriguing—and not in a good way
The international body has restated what most Israelis want
Jay Elwes / November 16, 2016
It may be that a general election is the only way ahead for Britain
Donald Trump has shattered the post-war consensus
Jay Elwes / October 14, 2016
She could well become the fourth PM to be killed off by Europe
The Pigeon Tunnel by John le Carré (Viking, £20) This unusual autobiography comes barely a year after Adam Sisman’s doorstop examination of the life of John le Carré, and though this new...
And her weakness is more important than Jeremy Corbyn's
Find our full September 2016 issue here Britain has had a change of prime minister and a change of government—and now it needs a change of plan. The pre-Brexit targets developed by George Osborne...