What does the defence command paper reveal about Britain’s priorities for its armed forces?

If you didn’t want the bus to crash, why did you get on?

With a stroke of the legislative pen, Holyrood has made Scotland the most stringent regulator of speech in the UK

The Unionists’ hope of ousting Sturgeon has failed. Now what?

Professor Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart how US and British defence and security reviews depart from, or continue, a coherent western strategic worldview

Labour has no hope of returning to power if they fail to capture a comfortable working-class seat from a government that has presided over the greatest crisis in living memory

A recent book launch hosted by Policy Exchange provided the perfect opportunity for a Frost, Gove, Rudd and Mandelson rematch

Nicola Sturgeon offers a PR masterclass in how to bury bad news

If you’re looking for the enemies of free speech, you’re looking the wrong way, argues Robert Poll

David Scullion speaks to Nick Buckley about his ambitions for Manchester