There are all sorts of explanations about why people voted the “wrong” way. But the simplest may be the appeal of conservative values.
I expect the UK to emerge from this economic and health shakeup with permanent major changes of behaviour.
We’re crafting together a response to a question for 2024: “who do you want to be governing the country for the next four or five years?”
Trade negotiations and agreements are inherently political.
From Brexit, to climate change, to the World Trade Organization, how would this administration align with the UK government?
There’s nothing better than being proven right, even if it’s to confirm your original prediction of doom-laden misery.
The US report asserts that there can be no moral equivalence between “rights-respecting countries that fall short in progress toward their ideals”.
Trump seems to be modelling himself on Richard Nixon. But he’s more like segregationalist George Wallace.
Some of the solutions being proposed for UK trade talks would make it a pariah state in the WTO community.
We need to be clear and robust when it comes to tackling security and ending the abuses of European human rights laws.
Various new measures are being created to cope with the threat of the virus, with huge ramifications for tourism.
The Chinese Communist Party has enhanced its campaign to dominate this critical waterway. Our country and its allies must act.
The only way of pushing such a narrative is to remove context and nuance from the data.