Marie Le Conte / August 29, 2019
British railways might seem like a niche interest. So why are young men interested in left-wing politics often also obsessed with timetables and Pacers?
Padraid Reidy / August 29, 2019
The odd spectacle of Britons—even liberal, Republican Britons—believing that the Queen can stop Brexit is more complicated than the wishful thinking it might at first appear to be
Hannah White / August 28, 2019
The government’s highly controversial move to suspend parliament has narrowed the options for rebel MPs
Schona Jolly / August 28, 2019
There is no equivalence between constitutional manoeuvres to block no deal and Johnson’s contempt for our democratic traditions
Rob Wilson, Dan Plumley and Polly Mosley / August 28, 2019
It's easy to be snobby about the national pastime. But in bringing together communities, the sport is every bit as important as traditional culture such as art, theatre and classical concerts
There is no nuance when it comes to choosing history’s villains; nobody will care if Brazilians really hated the Workers Party government when their major cities are under water
Jason Reed / August 23, 2019
Despite what Corbyn might imply, British democracy is good at knocking back populist insurgents—as the career of Britain's most actually Trump-like politician makes clear...
Jonathan Lis / August 22, 2019
The time for Boris Johnson's opponents to stop fighting each other, and start fighting the approaching Brexit calamity, is long overdue
James Devey / August 21, 2019
A vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson's government could take place after recess. But what does that mean—and who might win it?
Penny Andrews / August 20, 2019
For most, donating to a crowdfunder is a way to back a beloved artist, or help a friend with extortionate medical bills. But what happens when things go wrong?