UK Politics

The Northern Ireland Protocol now exists in a state of quantum uncertainty

City lawyer turns rural heartthrob as Keir Starmer woos the farmers

A people under threat, and their brave war-time leader — yes, that’s right, its Philip Hollobone

Helping the dear leader pay the bills was all part of the service in the Glorious People’s Republic of Boris

Hutton reflects on his unsuccessful stint as editor-in-chief of the Critic, and has determined the readers are to blame

Thou shalt have no other Brexits before me

Parliament debates marriage, theology and Nadhim Zahawi’s taxes

The Tory answer to the SNP is the nationalism of the land of Nod

Silencing Bridgen for a poor choice of words is the real insult to the victims of totalitarianism

Reports of Channel 4’s privatisation have been greatly exaggerated