Johnson’s attack on the ambassador is the first act of his subservience to Trump, a daring act of self-abasement Sidney Blumenthal I am increasingly admiring of Donald Trump. I have become more and more
It’s a summer Sunday in a beer garden in Islington, London, at drinks organised by Ivan, a friend visiting from Sydney. Ivan is inhaling some soggy crust thing covered in gravy and some hard-looking peas.
Cowardly, untrustworthy, disrespectful, unmanly, slinking into office through the back door. Thus did Tory leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt describe his rival Boris Johnson. And that, as the historian
If Brexit — the most agonizing, paralyzing political crisis suffered by America’s closest ally in decades — is a gas can, President Trump may be a match. Trump’s long-delayed state visit to Britain collides
It is pitiful enough watching the Tory party trying to out-Farage Farage, but it’s also taking Britain closer to disaster When it comes to Brexit, all I can think about now are the lyrics to The Windmills
Nearly three years after the referendum, Westminster has still not come to terms with the grievances that drove the result The person who is best qualified to hold up a mirror to British politics today
Message to all those demanding a second referendum: you’ve just had it. Or, at least, you’ve had the clearest possible indication of what its result would be. After three years of sound and fury, bloodcurdling