Security decisions are taken by professionals not politicians. But that doesn't mean there isn't a political context.
The party's policies would be regarded as mainstream in most European countries.
Most of the manifesto remains unaltered, but there are a few significant changes.
The idea that the US president would "govern like a moderate" is deader than disco.
While enthusiasm for another election is scant, the conditions for a surprise Republican surge are well in place.
UK negotiators must adopt a more consensual approach. But time is running out.
The Scottish Greens have been accused of "capitulating" to their "SNP masters". But their interest in independence is far more radical.
The Scottish Conservative and Unionist leader was warning against Orwellian nationalism.
I've looked at some of the thought-provoking responses to my piece.
Like any good revolutionary, Theresa May seems to have reinvented herself. Here are all the times her actions didn’t seem very comrade-like at all...
Maybe the Braggart of Brussels doesn't . . . share our values.
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