Graham Stewart

Graham Stewart is Political Editor of The Critic.

The government nearly lost a Commons division this week – what were they thinking of?

From Hard Brexit to Soft Lockdown, Boris Johnson is keeping most of his natural support with him

The narrative of Tory callousness is re-emerging

Should lockdown policy be announced in televised addresses or to a near-empty parliament?

Ed Davey has sacrificed the LibDems’ commitment to civil liberties

There’s only two months left for one side to climb down, or the EU-UK talks will fail.

Graham Stewart reviews The Hidden History of Burma by Thant Myint-U

Can Keir Starmer succeed without the land of Keir Hardie?

At his first PMQs, Labour’s new leader offered a masterclass in constructive opposition

Can Lord Deighton do for PPE what Lord Beaverbrook did for Spitfires?