A relation of a statesman with a tell-all memoir: PAUL SAFFER revisits Terry Major-Ball, the anti-Trump.
Rishi Sunak has risen without trace. How should Boris Johnson respond, wonders PAUL SAFFER.
How will Theresa May shape up as an ex-prime minister, wonders PAUL SAFFER.
ALWYN TURNER wanders through thirty years of elections to the European Parliament.
Do we have a new Churchill and Attlee in our midst, wonders ROGER HERMISTON.
ALWYN TURNER remembers John Major’s problems with BSE and the EU.
Our not so annual gong goes to the female Boris Yeltsin.
ALWYN TURNER objects to a report on pornography by the Women & Equalities Committee of the House of Commons.
A weak leader, an ageing party, bitter divisions over Europe – ALWYN TURNER remembers William Hague’s Tories.
After the conferences, what’s the state of political play, asks ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER on the Labour government’s 1997 decision to give the Bank of England control of interest rates.
PAUL SAFFER celebrates the top ten TV moments of election night 20 years ago.