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Martin Fletcher is a New Statesman contributing writer and a former foreign editor of the Times.
Jo Swinson, the Lib Dem leader, began the campaign on a high. But her personal approval ratings have slumped and her party is struggling.
The campaign for a second referendum, led by the PR guru Roland Rudd and former Labour and Lib Dem spin doctors, was the great hope for Remainers – until it collapsed in a chaos of clashing egos, smears and boardroom coups.
This was the silent majority finding its voice, the slow-to-anger rising up against the destruction of their values and their country.
Convinced that the planet faces imminent catastrophe, XR has redefined environmental protest and made the climate emergency front page news.
The Prime Minister describes Britain's institutions as "enemies of the people", while pursuing a strategy that would leave the people impoverished, divided and ridiculed.
Three years after leaving office, and in the midst of a deep political crisis, David Cameron is about to publish a book about his premiership. But can he justify his catastrophic legacy?
The late president could have been his country’s Nelson Mandela — a figure of who he was intensely jealous — but instead chose racial hatred and division
By defying the lies and bullying of Boris Johnson’s shameless government, members of all parties have done their duty.
At the G7 in Biarritz, the Prime Minister joshed and bantered with his new chum “Donald” in a way he did not with his European counterparts.
Boris Johnson’s arrival in Downing Street as prime minister signals the end of the UK as a serious country.