Articles by Tom Clark
Tom Clark / May 26, 2017
Election 2017 is the most important for a generation—or so we are told. Actually, poor Britons are set for a brutal squeeze whoever triumphs next month
Quickly nicknamed "the dementia tax," May's social care plan was unpopular. But the wobbly way she executed her swerve on the policy will do her no favours
Tom Clark / May 18, 2017
As this manifesto proves, Theresa May is none too fussed about being liked. Ironically, this is part of her appeal
"A big win for May could make it tempting to forget the truth that Britain remains split down the middle. That would be a mistake."
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She should be looking vulnerable, but her approval ratings are historic
"There is one thing which could trip the premier up—not stop her from winning, but contain the scale of her victory"
Tom Clark / April 13, 2017
"We may be approaching the end of days where 'British history' is concerned"
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Tom Clark / March 16, 2017
Political parties can and do die. The Whigs of the 19th-century United States and the Progressive Conservative Party of 20th-century Canada were once major forces; today they are no more. Once-mighty...