Jonathan Lis / September 11, 2019
Even if the PM doesn’t break the law, his tactics place democracy under grave threat
At its core, Brexit is about bureaucracy—so how did it become a referendum on national feeling?
Joseph Owen / September 11, 2019
The political thinker and jurist of the Third Reich has become the symbol for our current era. But there's a fine line between citation and indulgence.
Labour Remainers don't have to love moderate (ex) Conservatives—but they should see the value of an alliance
Emma Burnell / September 10, 2019
Parties are always coalitions, but extra-parliamentary campaigns have to be even more so
Alex Dean / September 10, 2019
The former Supreme Court judge says we are in a situation with no constitutional precedent
Siobhán Fenton / September 10, 2019
Emma DeSouza always thought she was Irish—but the Home Office didn't agree. Now, her case is due to be heard again, with potentially profound implications for the provisions of the Good Friday...
Oli Mould / September 9, 2019
A holdover from Tony Blair's "Cool Britannia" vision, the New Labour invention has turned its back on what makes art great
Raphael Hogarth / September 9, 2019
The ruses being briefed to the press will fail but that is the point
Prospect Team / September 9, 2019
Boris Johnson has said he would rather "die in a ditch" than ask the EU for another extension. But what if the law compels him to?
Tom Clark / September 6, 2019
The coordination in the Commons has given Remainers cheer but the strategy could backfire more easily than you think