In the immediate aftermath of every general election, rival political parties scramble to establish what they like to call the “narrative” about what just happened. The winners will embellish
The landslide victory of Britain’s Conservative Party in last week’s general election confirms, once again, the global slide to the right. Boris Johnson, set to be prime minister
Is David Cameron the most brilliant, the most astute, the most far sighted politician in Britain? Obviously not, and he has a lot to answer for, but bear with me.
The battle of Brexit which was tearing the country apart, turning family members, neighbours and friends against one another, has come to an end. The clouds of uncertainty
Not all victories are made equal. Against the backdrop of self-made chaos, they were able to stand out as the no-nonsense party of action, as Remain parties scrapped
If we are to have any hope for a return to the centre ground, we have to start with compassion. True centrist politics combines the best of the left and the right – understanding
It was like a parliament of cartoon characters, still running in mid-air after they had gone over the cliff. Some MPs were still rehearsing the arguments of the 2016 referendum.
We had our fun. It is back to boring normal politics now. Tedious things such as a government with a standard majority in the House of Commons trying to do difficult things
Arguably the most important aspect of this general election’s ongoing debate on Brexit is being almost completely ignored, according to new research.