The 84,000 fall in net migration to 248,000 will harm an economy that is dependent on immigration.
Getting lost in Birmingham, the bad taste of hard Brexit, and why Theresa May is her own brain.
My brothers were both warriors in Lycra, while what I did had no value whatsoever – and still doesn’t.
The Prime Minister's speech positioned her for an era in which voters want markets and borders controlled.
I confess to being baffled by Coetzee’s novel The Schooldays of Jesus.
It is easy to understand Cameron’s frustrations with May. But her convictions have been tested over a long period than his.
Theresa May has embraced government as the vehicle to control markets and borders.
On why Trump is the back-row kid, Tracey Emin’s granny slippers, and why policy “nudges” can’t be shoves.
Old folks dancing, a toy monkey and thirty Swiss francs a day. I never want to come home again.
As we commemorate the Battle of Cable Street, it's important to recognise the role women played – and their legacy today.
What did anyone expect Savile to tell the documentary maker in 2000? And why would 75 minutes broadcast now un-muddy the waters?
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