An Institute for Government report diagnosed Whitehall’s mixed success during the coronavirus pandemic. Its lead author said making the necessary changes will be no mean feat.
Symbol of British decline or catalyst for seaside renewal? Either way, they deserve our love and attention, argues Adam Solomons
David Baddiel’s Jews Don’t Count is well-intentioned but sloppy, says Adam Solomons
Republicans exploiting the language of unity seek to minimise their role in the Capitol riot. Americans must see through them, says Adam Solomons
We shouldn’t blame each other for the latest COVID spike. One man ought to take responsibility, says Adam Solomons
Bercow may be long gone but bullying is still very much alive in the House of Commons, says Adam Solomons
While Marcus Rashford’s anti-poverty campaign is commendable, only the state can put an end to child poverty, says Adam Solomons
Adam Solomon on why Munich’s Bayerischer Hof is Merkel’s favourite power summit hotel
The ongoing cull of political cartoonists by national newspapers has triggered new conversations about the status of this idiosyncratic art form.
Political scientists have long alleged that the UK political system is one of the world’s least corrupt. When it comes to cronyism, however, why is Westminster’s record far murkier?
Norman Hartnell: The Biography, by Michael Pick, reviewed by Adam Solomons
Jacob Rees-Mogg’s languid pose on the Treasury bench launched a thousand memes on social media. Five observers interpret his body language for us.