Graham Stewart

Graham Stewart is Deputy Editor of The Critic.

It is the history of Cabinet resignations, not no confidence votes, that indicates whether a Tory PM survives

Are civil servants the blameless dupes of “partygate”?

How long does the beleaguered Prime Minister have left?

His visit tests the self-appointed judiciary of acceptable ideas

Niall Ferguson opens Roger Scruton memorial lecture series

Boris Johnson’s political skills have not deserted him

Brexit has been blamed for the decline of the British press, but the mainstream media was broken long before we left the European Union

The biggest change to PMQs in sixty years is that the PM’s answers have got longer

Reading Doom might not save us, but it leaves us with a better appreciation of the complex politics of catastrophe

The Scottish Conservatives self-congratulation is delusional. They have not stopped the SNP.