David Scullion

David Scullion is the deputy Political Editor of The Critic

If the Finance Bill doesn’t appear next week, Brexiteers can assume the Withdrawal Agreement is here to stay

The National Trust fails to re-educate its members, and a children’s home lectures us on white privilege

MPs fighting the lockdown are sharpening their swords for an almighty battle with No.10

The runners and riders for the Downing St. Chief of Staff job

FA chairman cancelled, Anne Hathaway’s non-PC portrayal, and a dinosaur politician survives cancellation

Why are Ministers with private offices happy to deprive backbench MPs of staff?

It may already be too late for backbench Brexiteers to cry “betrayal”

The group that projects messages onto Parliament is briefing MPs behind the scenes

Backbenchers in the Tory party are gradually turning their private frustrations into rebel votes