Trump will hope to be known as the leader of the free world who dealt Isis that final, fatal blow
The many arguments for and against are immaterial. All that matters is who wins
An interview with Labour’s unlikely Brexit marshall
‘There is some technical detail to work on...but we could become the Singapore of the western hemisphere’
Gang violence is now at a level where it threatens to undermine the Swedish state
Now all the Tories need is an election
The world’s oldest monarchy bolsters a modern miracle
A hypocrite, entitled beyond the dreams of the grandest duchess
British Members of Parliament voted against the government’s program motion to push the Withdrawal Agreement Bill through the House of Commons at breakneck speed – at 308 to 322
Might separatism become a live issue in Canada for the first time since the 1990s?
The media mantra of ‘Trump betrayed the Kurds’ will soon make way for ‘Trump betrayed Israel’
As for the public reaction, the initial signs are promising
This Saturday has been an anti-climax
The president has always said he wants to get America out of foreign wars. But is he playing into Putin’s hands?
Voters’ love affair with Trudeau is well and truly over
The Commons leader on regrets, Brexit – and why the ERG will back the deal
A sympathetic colleague says McDonnell sees himself as being ‘a new father figure for the party’
Even if the British PM gets a deal, electoral success is not guaranteed
The only certainty is that there is a plot twist or two to come
The chances of Boris Johnson passing a deal have risen significantly
The British government might have an ace up its sleeve
Why do we only pay attention to Turkey’s history of barbarism when celebrities raise awareness of it?
He faces a choice that will see him embarrassed – or worse – whatever he does
Donald Trump, peacemaker?
How the fall of Rome made the world modern