If Iraq posed a threat where is the evidence of clandestine laboratories?
Blair's lack of mission and focus echoed a characteristically English mood but then he went to war w
It was the question that, according to legend, the little girl asked of Neville Chamberlain's unprepossessing Chancellor, Sir John Simon: "What is that man for, Daddy?" Now, as our political edito
A cauliflower, Mark Twain once observed, is nothing but a cabbage with a college education.
Is Tony Blair an entirely serious person? One is forced to ask the question, because he sometimes sounds like a man governing the country according to the principles of the saloon bar.
All of a sudden, the unthinkable is on the agenda.
In the immediate aftermath of 11 September, some commentators, including the New Statesman, suggested that the attacks represented a cry of rage from the wretched of the earth; that the p