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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 Prime Minister’s financial planning is anything but conservative.
By surviving an inquiry that concluded she bullied staff, the Home Secretary has proved her indispensability to Boris Johnson. Is she a future Tory leader?
The appointment of a man so toxic, divisive and destructive showed the Prime Minister’s profound lack of judgement.
Much of the damage that Donald Trump has caused to the US can be repaired. Brexit, alas, is irreversible.
Twenty reasons why the Prime Minister’s performance means the UK enters a second lockdown in far worse shape than during the first.
The world stage will be a far lonelier place for the Prime Minister without Donald Trump in the White House.
Should Britain leave without an EU trade agreement, Boris Johnson will only have himself to blame.
Rather than safeguarding the country, the government has engaged in divisive, destructive ideological battles.
Johnson's fundamental problem is he never possessed the skills required to be a successful prime minister.
Boris Johnson has named his aide as one of the five women who have had the most influence on his life. But who is she and how has she attained such power?