After a lifetime of trying to find a nationwide answer to the progressive dilemma, I've given up
Adam Tomkins / September 15, 2016
The history of the constitution offers clues about the kind of Europe that Britain might hope to lead, rather than leave
John McTernan / August 25, 2016
And the country’s North Sea oil revenues have plummeted to just 60m
Alex Renton / August 18, 2016
The case for independence is becoming harder to make
The European Union referendum delivered a startling result—but not a conclusion. Having voted to leave the EU, Britain faces more questions and uncertainty than it has for a generation and the...
Ruth Davidson / June 10, 2016
On tuition fees the government's policy is flashy, boastful—and entirely short-signed
Kenneth O. Morgan / May 18, 2016
"The country provides a critical test of how a small nation can cope with global pressures"
John McTernan / May 10, 2016
There is a binary choice in Scotland—and the party has not positioned itself firmly on either side of it
Sophie Brodie / May 9, 2016
The Scottish Conservatives won 31 seats—seven more than Labour—in Thursday's Scottish Parliament elections