The Today presenter preferred to score political points rather than properly interrogate his interviewees
Robert Saunders / February 6, 2019
Historians will ask: how did a pro-European party elect a Eurosceptic as leader?
Paul Daly / February 6, 2019
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill will never get through parliament by 29th March
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott / February 6, 2019
Is the lesson only to be learned once it is too late?
David Shiels / February 6, 2019
Theresa May has almost no room for manoeuvre but these tweaks could help squeak her Withdrawal Agreement over the line
Freya Marshall Payne / February 5, 2019
Outreach initiatives that help working-class students access higher education often end at undergraduate level. In a marketplace where postgraduate qualifications are becoming more important, it's...
Alex Dean / February 4, 2019
The former deputy PM says the Tories have thrown away their record of leadership on the continent
Mathilde Brard / February 1, 2019
Macron's consultation will mean little until his government take real action to change the lives of the worst-off
Jonathan Lis / January 30, 2019
In granting May a mandate to replace the backstop, MPs might as well have granted her a mandate to colonise Mars. They simply look absurd