The EU is about to take legal action against the UK. Can the post-Brexit “special relationship” with Brussels be repaired?
PMQs pitches a Cavalier prime minister against his Roundhead opponent. But Boris risks a lot as “the Rupert of debate”
Calls by Labour politicians for an inquiry into royal racism misjudge the popular mood
Nicola Sturgeon’s defence is impregnable because it concedes so little usable information
The Alex Salmond inquiry has been hobbled by legal intervention – so why can the media publish what politicians cannot discuss?
Nicola Sturgeon can sacrifice others in order to protect herself
From trans rights to its independence strategy, a bitter war divides one of the most popular parties in Europe
Something borrowed, something blue – Keir Starmer’s vision cedes the initiative to Rishi Sunak
David Frost’s reward is to inherit Michael Gove’s problems
Legislation on maternity leave is now drafted to apply to “a person” not “a woman” who is a mother