Graham Stewart

Graham Stewart is Political Editor of The Critic.

The Bumper Book of Scottish Political Counterfactuals: In which Tony Blair takes his rightful place as First Minister

Distance between Downing Street and Tory lockdown sceptics widening as Baker writes to CRG MPs

Labour will take a long view on borrowing in order to avoid being the party of big tax rises

With Reform UK and Alliance for Unity, five pro-union parties are lining-up to fight the SNP – and each other.

Are thrice weekly Downing Street briefings finally about to start giving us reasons to be cheerful?

Why most Tory lockdown sceptics have not opposed the new lockdown

Will equal sized constituencies redraw the electoral battle map?

British sovereignty has been restored – thanks to ERG obstinacy and Keir Starmer’s epic miscalculation

Boris Johnson’s deal has succeeded where Theresa May’s deal failed to convince the ERG’s spartans

In sentiment – if not in its detail – the deal echoes Churchill’s vision for Britain and Europe