No president has ever been sent packing. Nixon resigned because he saw it coming. Trump would sooner start a civil war With rumors flying that Trump might exchange him for another lapdog, who knows? Maybe
Mr Cameron does not know his own country. His apology for “the uncertainty and division that followed” the referendum result is an attempt to keep alive the fiction that it had to be called – only its
Benjamin Netanyahu’s bid to secure another term as Israel’s prime minister has grown more desperate and divisive as Tuesday’s elections approach. Bibi, as he is known, has never been afraid to fight dirty.
Conspiracy theories are the staples of traumatised countries in catastrophic decline At the general election in Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North, a candidate will stand from a party with a history of supporting
Her party’s fortunes will be highly contingent on how she performs in an election campaign David Steel once told a Liberal conference to “go away and prepare for government”. They went away and remained
The recent documentary from Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson, Odd One Out, should be placed in a time capsule to show future generations the pain of being a young 21st-century woman dealing with cyberbullying.
Odious Harvey Weinstein is, of course, chief villain of the brilliant and deeply satisfying new book, She Said, by the New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey. It details how, in 2017, they
Letters: There can be no place for Tory Remainers who betray the promises on which they were elected
SIR – The letter (September 8) from past chairmen of the Tory Reform Group provides an excellent insight into the ills that plague the Conservative Party. It extols the faction within the party that puts
The same pathologies of public opinion I saw in Putinist Russia are now prevalent here We too need to analyse online audiences, but to find what bridges can be built between them Nothing is true and everything
The first responsibility of government is to maintain law and order. The last few governments – Labour towards the end, the Coalition and Theresa May’s – all too often forgot this. Budgets were squandered,
British politics may feel like it’s in flux – with parliament prorogued and a Brexit deadline looming – but one thing is clear: a general election is coming. Parliament is paralysed and the Conservatives
In the Indian state of Assam, the authorities are building detention camps for “illegal immigrants”, most of whom are Indian citizens. In South Africa, hundreds of Nigerian workers have been airlifted
Increasing its current offensive offer would cost less than the chief executive's 30% pay increase In the wilderness of post-Brexit Britain, ruthlessness and cunning, backed by financial muscle, will Many
She was in the early stages of a relationship with a man who pretended to be a police officer. He was gradually more controlling and, at one point, he became jealous of photos on her phone. “He punched
Friday brought very grim news, with data from police forces showing that domestic violence-related killings reached a five-year high last year. The victims in the majority of the 173 homicides were women.