Ernest Hecht: the end of an era

​The last great emigre publisher in London

February 22 2018 / New Statesman

Nigel Farage: the arsonist in exile

​As the Brexiteers cry betrayal, will the former leader of Ukip settle for life as an alt-right shock jock or return as the head of a new English nationalist movement?

December 7 2017 / New Statesman

David Brooks: a hesitant radical in the age of Trump

Politics is a competition between partial truths

October 26 2017 / New Statesman

The struggles of Theresa May

​What happened to the politics of the common good?

October 12 2017 / New Staesman

Smiley, Brexit and Europe

​John le Carré and the citizen of nowhere

September 7 2017 / New Statesman

Arsene Wenger's fear of the void

​There is something rotten in the culture of Arsenal football club

September 1 2017 / Evening Standard

The masochism premiership of Theresa May

​An epic tale of hubris and humiliation

July 13 2017 / New Statesman

The Guilty Men of Brexit

​Churchill, Boris Johnson and the “bullseye of disaster”

July 6 2017 / New Statesman

Kraftwerk: tomorrow's world yesterday

​The pioneering “futurists” play the Royal Albert Hall, London

June 30 2017 / New Statesman

Corbyn at Glastonbury

More Brexit variations

June 29 2017 / New Statesman

The Brexit Debacle

​Theresa May’s Britain is in one hell of a mess

June 22 2017 / New Statesman

Corbyn: revenge of the rebel

Why Labour can win again

June 15 2017 / New Statesman