This December’s general election could be a momentous turning point for the United Kingdom — a nation deciding whether it will opt for a hard Brexit, a soft one, or even no Brexit at all.
President Trump isn’t the only senior US official supporting Boris Johnson’s re-election. Not by a long shot. While Trump lauds Johnson for his Brexit stance and his presumption
Maybe one day, when this lousy Brexit war is over, Nigel Farage will get himself a few gigs on reality TV. After all, as he told Andrew Marr, he doesn’t actually want to be
“I’m sorry Mum. My journey abroad hasn’t succeeded. Mum, I love you so much! I’m dying because I can’t breathe.” These were reportedly the last words of 26 year-old Pham Thi Tra
She’s exhausted, overstretched and undervalued, but still politically engaged enough to make a difference. Politicians ignore working mums at their own peril.
We are just days into the winter general election campaign, and the Conservative Party has already shown itself to be out of ideas and out of touch — and soon it will be out of time too.
Every time the opinion polls seem to get it wrong, we journalists say to ourselves that we mustn’t allow our reporting to be so dominated by polls next time. And then it happens again.
The old cliche holds that a week is a long time in politics. In political betting a day or two can seem like an eternity. The last time I wrote one of these columns,
From the never-ending Brexit shambles to politicians being unable to put party squabbles aside long enough to actually govern the country, the future looks bleak ahead of the general election.