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Martin Fletcher is a former foreign editor of the Times and a New Statesman magazine contributing writer and online columnist.
The right-wing press is merely recognising what was clear all along: Johnson is unfit to be prime minister.
The siren call of national greatness has blinded Britain to its true self-interest.
The government is waging a destructive war against the BBC, the civil service and the judiciary.
The party should collaborate with Keir Starmer’s Labour to resist this disgraceful government as forcefully as possible.
This autumn the PM must contend with the threats of mass unemployment, a second Covid-19 wave and a no-deal Brexit.
It is becoming daily more apparent that Johnson is weak, lazy, disorganised – and out of his depth.
The UCL professor and author believes Covid-19 offers only a "small glimpse" of our possible future.
Cronies, controversialists, cricketers – and of course, his brother – join a second chamber that is now more than eight times the size of the US Senate.
Unable to respond to the crises in public health and the economy, Johnson has reverted to the divisive rhetoric of the pre-Covid era.
Johnson’s government shamelessly scapegoats to deflect blame for its own shortcomings.