d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals

Christopher Howarth on his role in removing a prime minister

Barnier’s Secret Journal should interest British readers due to the insights on whether the UK could have negotiated a better deal

Leaders that reject grand narratives in favour of what actually matters to people are rewarded

20 years since Dr Richard Taylor won in the Wyre Forest

How the two major UK parties are populist, Americanised, authoritarian entities reinforced by a system that tips the balance in their favour

This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history

Michael Collins maps the relationship between two of the greatest writers of the American south

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart on how the role of the Prime Minister has changed in the past 200 years

Lincoln Allison lays bare the strictly non-socialist argument for the NHS