A principled stand, yes. But one made a lot easier by the vacancy he leaves behind.
The arms race for the soul of the Conservative Party has begun
The threat of entryism is real: a blue Momentum is on the rise, and like its successful red counterpart, it will end acrimoniously.
The only thing worse than Corbyn’s shameful inaction on antisemitism is the Left’s head in the sand response
Where’s the uproar from this once great political movement?
Boris Johnson is a perennial showboater. His childish politics belong in the playground
Why the former Foreign Secretary’s description of the niqab is just the latest nail in the coffin of his already doomed leadership bid.
Why a second referendum is now imperative
Forget the lies and broken promises. The current parliamentary arithmetic lends itself it to a double referendum.
In so many ways, the House of Commons needs desperately to be dragged into the 21st Century. But don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater on proxy voting
Beware the slippery slope of change.
From a bungled early recess motion to pairing subterfuge, has Brexit killed off all decency in the Commons?
After a disastrous few weeks, the Government remains intact. But at what cost?
The first lesson of politics is expectation management. Since the very beginning of her premiership, it’s one Theresa May has consistently failed to heed
The Prime Minister’s biggest mistake: voters want to be inspired, not mollycoddled.
A dose of the arts a day keeps the doctor away
Let’s harness the arts to help tackle our social care crisis. Moving Hancock to Health is a good start.
The Secretary of State for Exiting.
Following David Davis’ resignation, what now?