The thesis that Boris Johnson is a liberal in Tory clothing is shot to ribbons. His latest proposals on crime, leaked by a “Whitehall source”, are a shameless lurch to the wilder shores of rightwing populism.
Brexit is partly the fault of irresponsible politicians who were not actually Brexiters Here he comes, wielding the delayed memoirs that will finally go on sale on Thursday, about to star in the two-part
I would definitely not vote for them now, not since Jeremy Corbyn. I just don’t trust him Kieron Naylor There are many in Sedgefield who did much for Tony Blair during his 24 years as MP for the County
The Labour Party is gearing up its war on private education. If elected, Labour will charge VAT on school fees, adding £3,000 to average day school fees, driving out parents who scrimp and save to get
It is the fruit of three years’ work, at least some of which is presumed to have taken place inside a £25,000 shepherd’s hut. The much-anticipated publication next week of For the Record, David Cameron’s
Where would politics be without a touch of hyperbole? Exaggeration has always been part of the mix when it comes to democratic politics, whether it's Tony Blair's warning in 1997 that "We only have 24
Letters: Interfering in politics puts judges on a collision course with the people who elect Parliament
SIR – With the Scottish judgment on prorogation, the politicisation of our judicial system seems complete. For centuries, the courts avoided interfering directly in political matters. Tony Blair’s 2003