Articles by Philip Collins
How we vote increasingly depends not on class but ethnicity. To stop us going down this dangerous path liberals should listen, understand and argue back
Philip Collins / September 14, 2017
The Brexit bunch would shudder to admit it—but they are following a decidedly French script
Philip Collins / February 27, 2017
The new BBC series is “the first proper peer that television has taken at the peers”
Edward Heath took Britain into the Common Market and the conservative Party has never been the same . A new book considers his legacy
The 84 MPs who supported Leadsom "should no longer be trusted to tie their own shoe laces"
Iain Duncan Smith had big ideas for improving social justice in the UK. How much did he actually achieve?
Philip Collins / March 30, 2016
The latest in the BBC’s documentary series is the story of the President being reluctantly dragged out of the White House and into the world
An elusive leader, best when things are broken
It should attack the government's analysis, not its motives