The UK made a strategic mistake in dismissing the Messina Conference in 1955. This moment is not as seismic – but the UK should not pass up the opportunity to shape the post-Brexit, post-Ukraine, Europe where it can.
Blair said that he wanted Britain “to be a young country again”. It wasn’t one then and isn’t one now. There is a fittingness in King Charles being the oldest monarch ever to take our throne.
My argument is simply one of affordability (including, by the way, by dropping the triple lock) if our public finances are going to be sustainable.
The Prime Minister avoided blaming France for the rising number of migrants and asylum seekers trying to cross the Channel to the UK.
Garvan Walshe is a former National and International Security Policy Adviser to the Conservative Party Democracy doesn’t defend itself. It only survives if citizens and the politicians they elect defend political institutions and keep those who would destroy them out of power. This is the idea behind militant democracy, whose name we owe to the […]
Should conservative parties pursue liberal-minded centrist support or compete against far-Right populists for working-class voters?
British politicians are more than capable of committing blunders, but so too are their continental opposite numbers.
Macron was right to say that while Queen Elizabeth was our Queen, to the world she was The Queen. That this became so wasn’t inevitable. How and why did it happen?
Delivering the right vehicle cannot be premised on the idea that non-EU states are merely satellites of Brussels.
I predicted that he would struggle. Now calls for a Sixth Republic may become louder – and the next President may be a Marxist or Le Pen.
it is almost impossible to disentangle any effect from the much larger shock resulting from pandemic and war.
Last week’s confidence vote leaves the Government right about the Protocol’s operability but less capable of acting to improve it.
Whether or not you want to bin Johnson, it’s important that we give his replacement some serious thought.
It is an essential British interest that Putin’s efforts to split Germany, France and Italy from the front line states fails.