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Martin Fletcher is a New Statesman contributing writer and a former foreign editor of the Times.
The depth of fury against the Prime Minister and Dominic Cummings transcends normal political divisions.
A weary public will not forgive the egregious hypocrisy of the Prime Minister’s chief strategist.
For the first time in five bleak years, the Conservative government is being properly held to account.
The Prime Minister’s misleading address to the nation was the culmination of a week of bungling.
To earn the trust of all voters, the Prime Minister must stop the verbal obfuscation and statistical trickery.
The Conservatives’ top team is startlingly bereft of intellectual heft and governmental experience.
As the first UK coronavirus cases were confirmed, the government was focused on Brexit and destructive vendettas.
Rishi Sunak has lived a gilded life and risen rapidly in politics, but now he is grappling with a once-in-a-century crisis as the country faces recession and even depression.
A new trade deal with the EU this year is now impossible – the Prime Minister should seek an extension to the transition period.
How an initial lone school sit-in galvanised a new global movement.