The rise and fall of Ukip

​Nigel Farage and the revenge of the fruitcakes

May 11 2017 / New York Times

The Lost Boy

​Richard Beard seeks to uncover the truth behind a long-ago family tragedy

May 11 2017 / New Statesman

Wanted: an Opposition

​The stench of decay and failure coming from the Labour Party is now overwhelming

March 30 2017 / New Statesman

George Osborne: the austerity editor

​The former chancellor’s new London power base

March 23 2017 / New Statesman

Into the zombie zone

​Labour watches helplessly as Theresa May consolidates power

February 24 2017 / The London Evening Standard and the New Statesman

Macron in London

The French presidency and a populist eruption from the liberal centre

February 22 2017 / New Statesman

Theresa May: The May Doctrine

​The British Prime Minister on Brexit, Trump and the return of the state

February 9 2017 / New Statesman

Labour sails into the doldrums

​Plus, Trump and the end of the liberal world order

January 8 2017 / Sunday Mirror

Jeremy Corbyn: The Last Comrade

​Labour wars and Brexit woes: the year of living dangerously

December 14 2016 / New Statesman

What makes us human?

​The accumulated wisdom of past generations

December 1 2016 / New Statesman

Tony Blair: out of exile

​Trump, Brexit and Blair’s new political mission

November 24 2016 / New Statesman

King Lear: Anthony Sher at the Barbican

​Between tragedy and farce

November 23 2016 / New Statesman