Robert Hutton

Robert Hutton is The Critic's parliamentary sketchwriter, and the author of Agent Jack: The True Story of MI5's Secret Nazi Hunter, Romps, Tots & Boffins, and, Would They Lie To You? He tweets at @RobDotHutton

All are welcome at Kagame’s eccentric migrant hostelry, and don’t worry about the roving deathsquads: they’re harmless

The Conservatives were very amused with Rishi Sunak’s latest joke, even if no one else was

Young Liz was accidentally left in charge of the country, only to be menaced by the worst sort of criminals: Tory MPs

The Conservatives are in a nightmare they cannot wake up from

Movie length seems to have become a way for directors to tell us what serious people they are

Rishi discovers he is more appealing to the voters when he’s not there

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is heroically pointless

Rishi Sunak was desperate to appear on top form before the Liaison Committee

Oliver Dowden’s tough talk on Chinese hacking is less than wholly convincing

Alex Garland’s Civil War is filled with terror and horror