James Cleverly

Total 7 Posts

‘Strategic lies’: Deliberate untruths used as a political tactic.

5 min read
A lie is halfway around the world before the truth gets its trousers on. Striking quick and hard is one of the key components of the strategic lie playbook.

Exclusive: Selfless Britain?

5 min read
The government’s strategy not to share a single vaccine dose with the rest of the world until its own entire adult population gets the jab is nothing but a smokescreen to please the populace and, ultimately, a self-defeating strategy.

The week in Covid-19.

10 min read
We look back at last week’s coronavirus situation in the UK, the government’s lockdown exit strategy, school reopening plans, Boris Johnson’s promise of better days soon, lack of transparency in government, and more...

The ‘empty chair’ treatment.

4 min read
Yes, holding the powerful to account sometimes means showing an empty chair to a TV audience to challenge them. But a publicity stunt does nothing to help voters trust political journalism.

Do or die, come what may, we are NOT leaving on 31 October.

6 min read
They told you it would definitely happen using every media you can think of. But in today’s unpredictable politics there is one thing you can be sure of: Do or die, come what may, we are NOT leaving on 31 October.

We need to talk about Andrew Adonis.

4 min read
The Labour Lord has been a fierce advocate for remaining in the EU, and a permanent fixture in People’s Vote campaign. He is more motivated than any other Labour politician to stop Brexit. But can we delete his Twitter now, please?

Last week’s unmissable politics...

5 min read
Another week of fact-checked and unmissable politics in videos, in case you missed it. Featuring Boris Johnson, Dominic Raab, Kirsten Gillibrand, James Cleverly and Dan Patrick.
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