May resignation: until our leaders have the bravery to admit Brexit can’t be finished, Brexit will finish them
Jonathan Lis / May 24, 2019
The next PM will face the same immovable objects and will fare no better than the woman they defenestrated
It is May's decisions in Number 10 that ultimately led to her downfall. But her political problems are ones shared by the Conservative Party—and the wider British right
May's resignation speech claimed improved mental health services as an achievement. In reality, a dangerously stretched NHS is facing a growing number of referrals—and campaigners say Conservative...
Asa Bennett / May 24, 2019
May has announced her resignation. But who will replace her?
What happens next for Brexit—and will Boris Johnson be heading for Number 10? We tell you everything you need to know
My husband laughed when his boss accidentally called him "Medusa"—but being asked to change your name at work is anything but funny
Grace Holliday / May 23, 2019
New research by law firm Slater and Gordon has found that nearly one in three ethnic minority employees have been told to adopt a ‘western work name’ by their boss
Ahead of the European parliamentary elections, questions over funding show a need to address our campaign rules
Darren Hughes / May 22, 2019
These elections show it’s time to update our analogue campaign rules for the digital age
Dawn Foster / May 22, 2019
Universal Credit clearly isn’t working: the propaganda drive glimpsed in today's Metro is a last-ditch attempt to stymie the bad press. It's time to scrap it
The PM’s speech encapsulated her failed tactics throughout this sorry Brexit saga
Peter Kellner / May 20, 2019
This campaign has been plagued by wilful misrepresentation of the numbers. So what is the true picture?