Have we been here before? asks ROGER HERMISTON. For 2020, read 1940…
How long have we been promising ourselves that we can make Britain great again?
Prince Harry, Holocaust Memorial Day and Labour antisemitism – ALWYN TURNER remembers January 2005.
Joanna Southcott died in 1814, and still the world hasn’t ended, notes ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER on Anthony Meyer’s 1989 leadership challenge to Margaret Thatcher.
How will Theresa May shape up as an ex-prime minister, wonders PAUL SAFFER.
ALWYN TURNER tells an odd tale of radicalism and grave-robbing from 1819.
The Great Famine? The Corn Laws? If only people had listened to the Duke of Norfolk.
ALWYN TURNER remembers the appeals for the country to come together in 1974.
Do we have a new Churchill and Attlee in our midst, wonders ROGER HERMISTON.
ALWYN TURNER on the arrival of Margaret Thatcher in Downing Street.
SIMON MATTHEWS on the Empire Trilogy of JG Farrell, and what it tells us about Brexit.