It is tempting to explain the turnaround in two words: “Unai” and “Emery”

Error is the joy of pedants, be the error serious or trivial

Claims that the Bank of England’s programme cost billions are a red herring

For a long time, it has seemed that you’re nobody until somebody’s tried to get you cancelled

Illness and wellness are mere taxonomies of power

Worrying numbers of people romanticise the brutality of those perceived as “oppressed”

Small disputes involving ordinary people are not a waste of the courts’ time

We all laughed at the former PM but her radical message might have been right

Liz Truss’s account of her woeful reign is packed with disingenuity and conceit

There’s a meeting of the world’s most important leaders, and Rishi has been invited along, too