Boris Johnson’s ‘one great indivisible United Kingdom’ is neither one, nor indivisible, nor united
If we don’t return to normal now, when can we?
The biggest change to PMQs in sixty years is that the PM’s answers have got longer
Boris Johnson fails the Mings test
David Cameron kept a copy of Evelyn Waugh’s peerless satire on his desk, but Boris Johnson’s eventful career is entirely in the Scoop mould
In cutting international aid, Tory MPs delude themselves into believing the prime minister
Boris Johnson may rue the day he gave a footballer a gong for something other than football
Boris can do compassion. When he can be bothered.
Plain in view, huge and hateful, all disguise cast off
Covid cases are going back up – so, time to get the party started