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Martin Fletcher is a former foreign editor of the Times and a contributing writer to the New Statesman.
The Home Secretary’s toxic populism is doing the Prime Minister more harm than good.
The Prime Minister has been an apologist and enabler of Boris Johnson, and only resigned when it was politically…
Electoral humiliation could enable a comeback by Boris Johnson or the rise of Suella Braverman.
It was Sunak who helped the great con man of British politics secure the Tory party leadership.
The likes of Paul Dacre, Nadine Dorries and the wife of a former Putin minister are set to be…
This conspiracy theory is the last resort of a populist movement desperate to avoid responsibility for its own failures.
He’d rather blame yet another police referral on political enemies than leave politics.
The Conservatives have now been in office for longer than New Labour but they have little to celebrate.