Nesrine Malik is a Guardian columnist.
When it comes to one of the biggest political scandals in recent years, she has been impeccable.
There is no permutation of explanations in which the Prime Minister should survive this.
Who gets a cheer for keeping Guantanamo Bay open?
We should stop allowing these men whose only agenda is a desperate need for relevance, to keep hijacking the media cycle.
Won't somebody think of the children?
Despite years of disapointment there are promising signs things might actually change.
There's tolerance for Trump and his minions from those who have little to lose from his presidency.
We are now in Scarface territory.
He was all of us when we have a sociopath for a boss.
Traits embedded in the British DNA treat mortality as something to be squared up to, but perhaps we need more.