Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics.
Those asking why she blames everyone but herself for Donald Trump clearly haven't read the book.
Claiming we will get back £350m a week is a "clear misuse of official statistics", says Sir David Norgrove.
“The only way to secure our place in the EU,” she notes, “is a change in public opinion.”
The eager Blair-bashers of the left are following a line encouraged by the right: that the sin of Iraq is all we should remember of the New Labour era.
He captured the spirit of the Commons at the end of the Seventies in This House. Now, he’s turned his attention to the Labour Party.
The prominent Conservative backbencher opposes gay marriage and all abortion. He's not an adorable Wodehousian clown.
Dara Khosrowshahi has a daunting in-tray.
We’ve kept all the duties, the dehumanisation, the gilded cages; but now the poor bastards don’t even get to invade France in return.
With every new attack – and the coverage that follows it – the threshold for violence is raised.
Playwright Christopher Shinn portrays America as a sick society which doesn’t even know it.