Hannah White / January 30, 2020
Chairs who have recently been ministers will find it hard to hold the government to account
Jonathan Lis / January 30, 2020
How can we accept a project we know will cause our country so much harm?
Paul Wallace / January 30, 2020
The UK’s foolish decision to quit follows a series of historical misjudgments
Caspar Salmon / January 29, 2020
The truth is that the British public laps up this sort of stuff, whether it's inherited monarchy or acting dynasties
How Angela Merkel became Europe's most popular leader—without Germany ever really understanding who she is
Jenny McCall / January 28, 2020
It's easy to imagine sports commentators have moved on from the sort of offensive comments that received widespread attention in the 1980s. But AI analysis shows how an old bias endures in language...
Stephen Fisher and Andreas Murr / January 24, 2020
Historical analysis shows he would stand a better chance than the other candidates of leading his party to victory
Shadowing the PM brings prominence, but mostly not power. To reach No 10, Labour must pick a leader who can do one thing above all else: teach
Jonathan Lis / January 24, 2020
The emotional rupture is complete and the legal rupture will follow