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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 smirking former No 10 aide has confirmed what we knew: the EU referendum was won on false pretences.
Rarely has a rich, sophisticated Western country fallen as far and as fast as the United Kingdom has under Johnson.
The England manager and his players champion an inclusive form of patriotism as opposed to the xenophobic nationalism of the reactionary right.
The Prime Minister has no regard for quaint old concepts such as honour and integrity.
Five years on from the EU referendum, the profound economic, political and cultural cost of Brexit is clearer than ever.
The Prime Minister cannot credibly distance himself from a Brexit deal that he hailed as a negotiating triumph.
We are, in truth, the “Little Britain” that left the world’s biggest free trade area and is cutting foreign aid.
This project is a symbol not of Britain’s greatness but of arrogance, delusion and deliberately engineered division.
This Prime Minister is not some kind of national saviour. He is a uniquely dangerous and destructive man.
Nobody did more than the tabloids to kill Princess Diana but they have never shown any contrition.