Articles by Matt Cavanagh
As US troops continue to withdraw, Britain too must scale back its ambitions in the region
The variation in sentences handed down to rioters highlights the broader problem of the failure of self-regulation of the judiciary
In David Cameron’s speech on immigration in April, he said that “what matters most is not who comes into the country, but who stays.” “It cannot be right”, he went on, “that people coming...
Bob Woodward’s invaluable account of the political machinations behind the Afghan conflict echoes my own experiences inside the British government, says Matt Cavanagh
Like the US left in 1968, a section of the British left wants to spite its own face
The belief that competitive sport damages children is misguided, but not daft