Articles by Oliver Kamm
Oliver Kamm / June 29, 2017
There is no way of making Brexit work—but there are ways to contain the damage. Sadly, Labour won’t commit to them
Oliver Kamm / June 9, 2017
The electoral and parliamentary arithmetic has altered; the issues of principle have not
The Labour leader’s position on the Kosovo war is repugnant
Public opinion on the Leave vote may be turning, but the PM faces no real opposition
The report on “opportunity and integration” lacks rigour
A principled, talented politician has bequeathed to his successor a constitutional crisis
Oliver Kamm / June 2, 2016
Recent comments from senior "Leavers" reveal "the xenophobia that is common in Ukip"
Oliver Kamm / February 5, 2016
"Assange is confined only by his own volition and caprice"
Oliver Kamm / March 18, 2015
Despite dismaying campaign rhetoric, we can be cautiously optimistic about Israel's choice