The endless attempt to escape David Cameron

He was everywhere. A week of David Cameron, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was like Being John Malkovich, but everyone has a face made of spam. You put on the TV, he beams out....

An NI-only backstop is Johnson’s only option

By Jonathan Lis Boris Johnson's moment of truth is finally upon us. Yesterday evening the prime minister of Finland,...

Corbyn is offering Remainers a shot at what they want

You get as much from Jeremy Corbyn's tone as you do from what he says. When it's an issue he cares about, like austerity or foreign policy, his expressions clench up into a little...

It’s time to replace Johnson with a government of national unity

By Charles Turner Boris Johnson is a rogue prime minister of a government with nowhere near a majority in...

Under the Leave and Remain tags, the evidence shows we all want similar things

By Bobby Duffy It's difficult to escape the sense that Britain is a divided nation. Barely a day goes...

A deal is as unlikely as ever

The chatter begins. It always starts quietly at first, then slowly builds up. Maybe there is hope, after all. Maybe a deal with Europe can be done. Maybe Boris Johnson is the man to...

Labour’s pro-deal contingent could soon face a brutal political choice

By Chaminda Jayanetti You just can't keep an old clan down. Stephen Kinnock, son of former Labour leader Neil,...

Johnson strategy is straight from the autocrat’s playbook

By Dominic KavakebThe government's claim that it will "test to the limits" a law blocking no-deal Brexit is...

What a new survey says about our constitutional mess

By Christabel Cooper & Christina Pagel The British constitution is in trouble. For three years our uncodified constitution has...

He was the right man in the right place at the right time

John Bercow is standing down as Speaker. The news shuddered through the Commons in a wave when he announced it, with both sides in the Brexit debate quickly taking on board what it meant...