Graham Stewart

Graham Stewart is Political Editor of The Critic.

Who has the better poker face for this week’s EU-UK Joint Committee meeting – Gove or Šefčovič?

The Protocol is strangling Northern Ireland’s economy and damaging the DUP’s re-election chances. What will Boris Johnson do about it?

The Burma Coup: why and what next?

Even many Scottish Conservatives seem nervous about the prime minister’s visits north. So who else is going to save them?

There is a crisis in the country, but not in Whitehall – why?

The closure of Jenners of Edinburgh is an object lesson in how to kill the department store

Like Mr Stimpson in the film Clockwise, Boris Johnson is learning about the perils of fostering hope

Keir Starmer thinks he’s dealing with an idiot at PMQs – as today showed, it’s a mistake to always underestimate your opponent

Who should determine Britain is trading with a genocidal regime – international judges? British judges? Or the British government?

Sir Bill Cash has achieved his political life’s ambition of restoring British sovereignty – did he ever think it would happen and is it ‘case closed’?