To those people who tell me that they’re not interested in politics, I often say: “But politics is interested in you!”
A new book reveals the spiteful after life of Downing Street's unlikely spin doctor.
More than any of her recent predecessors, the Prime Minister seems willing to challenge the economic and political orthodoxies of the past 35 years.
A radical internationalism is needed to democratise the EU and breathe new life into the left.
Representatives in the Russian parliament, the Duma, have long been unpopular. Yet President Putin is immune to voter's discontent.
The grammars and "comprehensives" of Kent make for an unequal system. So why does Theresa May consider the county a model for the future?
My week, from spying on the spies to Theresa May’s fashion charm offensive – and how Sadiq stole hearts.
“It’s like Trevor’s on a tightrope,” said my boyfriend, “but the tightrope is only a foot above the ground”.
Why is the Owen Smith campaign asking for money? Plus: the Lib Dem villege fete, and why Emily Thornberry looks on the bright side.
Whatever reshuffle is confirmed, Purnell will also be spoken about as a potential BBC director general.
Is this a post-liberal moment? Must these new times be associated with the ascendancy of the right?
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