Clearly I failed to insult people I disagreed with frequently enough
Of those who backed the party in 2017 but failed to vote Labour this time around, 37 percent of them said it was because of the leadership
Will Boris Johnson get the majority he needs to ‘get Brexit done’?
A succession plan is being sketched out to deal with the eventuality of Corbyn crashing and burning
What Corbyn has brought into the mainstream has toxified Britain
Nobody in Britain is politically literate
The margins are fine
Imagine the first handshake between the brash, obnoxious Republican billionaire and the earnest vegetarian Marxist
By making Linda Sarsour his surrogate, the Democratic candidate has betrayed his heritage and his party
The most left-wing government in British history is now a real possibility
When you have little to lose, there’s little to fear
Will the Remain vote coalesce around Labour?
‘If you handed it to us on a silver platter, we want nothing to do with it’
Conservative insiders concerned the president as ‘totally beyond control’
They should embrace his absurdity
Don’t be surprised if support for the party doesn’t collapse
The British PM on his plans for a new style of conservatism
Can the Labour leader deliver on his promises?
Unless Remainers can unite (and quickly), their cause is lost
The past four years have felt like an awakening
There are crucial differences that could help the Tories reverse the errors of 2017
Both front benches are now and unusually as one
A sympathetic colleague says McDonnell sees himself as being ‘a new father figure for the party’
You can buy a British company without having to face the kind of political opposition you would in France, Germany, Japan or, increasingly, the US