My week, including a Lib Dem membership rise, The Avalanches, and why I'm putting pressure on Theresa May over child refugees.
When it comes to who the hell I’m going to vote for in 2020, I can’t help feeling that I have to choose which is more important: my Jewishness or my leftness.
Rich List landlords, apologies for Hillsborough, and Lord Baker – my unlikely Tory comrade.
The great Tory Europhile on why the UK will still join the single currency and why Thatcher would have voted to stay in the EU.
Graduation first exiled me from the place; then, once I had regained a foothold, romantic disaster. Long story.
After the Labour leader's victory last week, David Cameron cruised through today's session.
The families of the victims are vindicated after a 27-year campaign.
When the press finds a story about a politician’s sex life, the usual practice is to strain every sinew to establish a public-interest justification to publish. . .
For most voters, the economy trumps migration as the defining issue.
To mark the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death, our contributors nominate the works that speak most urgently to the 21st century.
The US president demolished the Leave campaign's economic boasts as he warned the UK would go to "the back of the queue" for trade deals.
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