To those people who tell me that they’re not interested in politics, I often say: “But politics is interested in you!”
This week, I reflect on a shared history, a cross-Channel rivalry and what it means to visit Victor Hugo.
Beyond his own vanity, there is no sense of why Mr Trump even wants to be president.
Animal-loving MPs are being discouraged from bringing their pet pooches to work.
The cyclist, though, was enraged. “THAT’S CLEVER, ISN’T IT?” she yelled. “WALKING IN THE ROAD!”
Amid the battles, a generation starves.
At party conference in Glasgow, I heard Scotland’s governing party demand a future distinctly different from the one being sketched out in Westminster.
Once, it was trendy to say you liked the former director of Liberty. No longer.
The UK is worth preserving, yet it must be reconfigured if its constituent nations are to be better served.
Campbell chats, Labour spats, and the moderate voice in Momentum.
The socialist director’s long war on poverty continues with his new film I, Daniel Blake.
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