40 years on from the invasion of the Falkland Islands…
ALWYN TURNER on Liz Truss’s early days, featuring Cameron’s Cuties, the Turnip Taliban and Greenham Common.
SIMON MATTHEWS reads Sheila Rowbotham’s memoir of the 1970s, featuring socialism, feminism and Barry White.
Is Boris Johnson under threat from Rushi Sunak? PAUL SAFFER says the Chancellor should remember the fable of John Moore.
Robert Maxwell left a dark legacy, but PAUL SAFFER remembers a lighter moment from his assault on public life.
ALWYN W TURNER explores the fear and loathing in Britain’s response to AIDS.
Was Wyatt’s fiction as colourful as his diaries? wonders PAUL SAFFER.
PAUL SAFFER revisits the memoirs of Terry Major-Ball, older brother to a former Prime Minister.
Will the COVID-19 crisis see the start of a new economic order? asks DAN ATKINSON.
Pilot, the Glitter Band, Johnny Wakelin… It must be the top ten from 45 years ago, concludes ALWYN TURNER
How long have we been promising ourselves that we can make Britain great again?
ALWYN TURNER on Anthony Meyer’s 1989 leadership challenge to Margaret Thatcher.