Lloyd Evans

What I learnt as an Oxford vaccine guinea pig

I now feel like an expert in the pandemic. I’m not really, of course

By Lloyd Evans

Art

Why is Nish Kumar so angry?

His obsession with racism is bound to increase it, rather than the opposite

By Lloyd Evans

Europe

Italy owes Wales reparations for the wrongs of the Roman Empire

Gangs of heavily-armed war-criminals went rampaging across Britain and helped themselves to my people’s homelands. And they called us ‘foreigners’

By Lloyd Evans

Europe

Bernard-Henri Lévy: I fear China will use coronavirus to become ‘Power Number One’

‘As if the virus had an intention, as if it was helping to create a new society’

By Lloyd Evans

Europe

Boris Johnson will soon be the most popular leader in the world

Pranks, jokes and inventive ideas – ‘wheezes’ as he calls them – pour out of him

By Lloyd Evans

Europe

Boris Johnson had an easy ride at his campaign launch

‘I cannot swear I’ve always observed a top speed-limit of 70 mph’

By Lloyd Evans

Art

‘Brexit unleased something monstrous’: James Graham interviewed

The playwright on how he made a drama out of a crisis

By Lloyd Evans

A capital afternoon at London’s Trump protest

Usually it starts at McDonald’s. When protestors gather in central London they like to vandalise the burger chain’s Whitehall branch in honour of rioters who trashed the place on May Day, 2000. Today the anti-Trump crowd overlooked this historic site and converged on a nearby pub, the Silver Cross, where a handful of pro-Trump Brits […]

By Lloyd Evans

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