The latest power politics from the Kremlin – Patrick McGovern

6 January 2019 | ANALYSIS ‘Roskomnadzor’, which translates from Russian to ‘Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media’ is allegedly preparing...

Conservative Leadership Debate: Underwhelming Boris remains on track for top job...

19 June 2019 | ANALYSIS A cacophony of noise without substance. Rather than being a contest which should assist Conservative Party members in deciding the...

Japan seeks resolution with Russia over Kuril Island dispute – Patrick...

22 January 2019 | ANALYSIS Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is heading to Moscow in an attempt to resolve the long-standing territorial dispute between Russia...

How Leadsom’s IndyRef position may damage Scottish Tories

12 June 2019 | NEWS EDITOR ANALYSIS The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party are likely to be screaming behind closed doors over mention of Scottish...

EDITORIAL: Why not just ratify the WA post-Brexit?

24 October 2019 | ANALYSIS While we have a Parliament in deadlock, having expressed support for the Prime Minister's new Withdrawal Agreement but not for...

Animal Co-operative – author Q&A with Robert Adam

14 April 2019 | ANALYSIS Animal Co-Operative is the story of the EEC and the EU, up to recent times, told in the allegorical style...

The Conservative Party: split incoming? – Reece Harris

9 April 2019 | ANALYSIS In an alternative universe, May isn’t PM, a Brexiteer is in charge of the Brexit negotiations and we would not...

EDITORIAL: The leaders’ debate featured no actual debate

20 November 2019 | ANALYSIS The main trouble with last night's Leaders' Debate on ITV was that there wasn't one. Both party leaders did a good...

In discussion: Labour leadership result

5 April 2020 | VIDEO/ANALYSIS Our Deputy Editor, Patrick Timms, joins Ted Jeffery of Global Vision, Jack Rydeheard of Conservative Progress and Ben Rumford of...

The political juxtaposition of the SNP – Hugo Sugg

23 January 2019 | ANALYSIS Whilst the country sits and absorbs the scenes from Westminster in the last few days, there is an increasing realisation...
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