The Conservative Party has long positioned itself as the voice of law and order – now that’s been shot to bits. [Read now...]
Trying to conjure up support from just one section of the electorate in an attempt to save your political party from annihilation at the next general election is quite frankly disgraceful, Andy Martin writes. [Read now...]
When MPs returned to the benches this week, no one could have predicted the scenes of anger and emotion. Opposition politicians collided with an officially sponsored dangerous rhetoric. Most definitely, one of the worst weeks in parliamentary history. [Read now...]
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on how Jacobinism and McCarthyism framed last week’s developments including prorogation, rule of law, Yellowhammer, Bercow... and some other thoughts, such as the implications of having a serial liar for PM. [Read now...]
Ross from Liverpool voted Leave in 2016, but he then realised that Vote Leave lied during their campaign. He is a Remainer Now and wants the opposition parties to work together to stop Boris Johnson. [Read now...]
In autumn 2013, Dominic Cummings, the shady snake oil salesman at the head of Vote Leave, wrote 237 pages saying poor people are poor because they have inferior genes and brains and rich people are rich because they are superior. [Read now...]
Could Boris Johnson really force through a no-deal Brexit in the middle of an election? A constitutional lawyer weighs in.
If MPs aren’t sitting in parliament to block no-deal Brexit, can it go ahead anyway? [Read now...]