Politics

The Chairman of the 1922 protected the leader rather than the party

Jack Brown showcases hidden heroes, the history of the building and the famous figures who have passed through

Sir Roger Scruton’s superhuman approach in the last months of his life

Rebecca Long Bailey does not do triangulation

How will Brexit shape views on the political generation that lost?

The left will never recover unless we ignore those who won’t accept defeat

The piecemeal constitutional “reforms” of the last 20 years fall on the liberal side and the results have been predictably disastrous

Neither Roy Jenkins nor Enoch Powell became prime minister, but they are our two most influential postwar politicians

The red wall was a patronising generalisation about a huge swathe of the country

The older generation has jumped ship – just as liberal Conservatism’s moment has come