Andrew Marr is a broadcaster and journalist. Formerly the BBC’s Political Editor, he presents the Andrew Marr Show on BBC1 on Sundays and Start the Week on Monday mornings on Radio 4.
Remainers are paralysed by fear of leaving the EU. But it offers huge opportunities for change, on both left and right.
Andrew Marr on the work of the award-winning left-wing writer and artist at 90.
A History of Pictures by David Hockney and Martin Gayford gleefully punctures the pretentiousness of the art world.
It was a catastrophic error of judgement that produced the referendum – and now the British political class is paying the price.
Violence and prejudice is rife in two studies of the pivotal year of 1956.
Jeremy Corbyn may be electable – but that would require another financial crash or an improbable swing to the left by Middle England.
As the media try to make sense of the 2015 general election, Andrew Marr explains why predictions were so far off the mark.
“None of the above” is a great war cry – but our apathy and rejection of the mainstream parties are likely to lead to chaos and instability.
Changing the world around us gives us our humanity.
Plus: the pleasures of getting fatter, and an audience at No 10.
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