I worked with Thatcher and Heath but I can’t call myself a Conservative anymore

By Roger Boaden With the Conservative party in its current state, it's not surprising One Nation Tories are abandoning...

‘Both sides’ niceties neutralise anti-abuse campaign

'Both sides'. It's one of the most pernicious phrases in modern politics. It sounds so reasonable. But what it does is not reasonable. It aims to prevent the allocation of blame and the diagnosis...

Brits in Europe face chaos under no-deal

By Meghan Benton Most talk of no-deal centres on the impact of trade on the border. But there is...

No remorse, no contrition: Only the culture war

It's difficult to recall any performance from a prime minister which had so little moral value. There was simply nothing there - no basic decency, no humility, no sense of responsibility. All he had...

Britain is working once again

It's as dramatic a moment of constitutional law as you will see in your life. Lady Hale cut a calm, good-natured figure as she sat at the head of the Supreme Court. But the...

The new border guards: MP tip-offs to the Home Office escalate

By Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj The number of times migrants were shopped to the Home Office by members...