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Martin Fletcher is a New Statesman contributing writer and a former foreign editor of the Times.
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.
Kim Darroch's resignation is the result of Johnson's spectacular failure to lead and to represent Britain's interests abroad.
Controversy and outrage helped Peta make animal rights mainstream, but has its founder gone too far?
By installing such a charlatan in No 10, the Tories will forfeit any right to be taken seriously.
Johnson’s only ministerial experience consists of two dire years as foreign secretary – a stint memorable for his gaffes, gratuitous insults and constant undermining of Theresa May.
The fault lies with the Brexiteers themselves, because they are the real betrayers of democracy.