The prime minister’s friend-turned-enemy is right to point out the government’s misguided plans for herd immunity last year. Ministers shouldn’t be allowed to deny it.
Why Thomas Becket’s murder 850 years ago remains a cautionary tale for special advisers today, says William Cash
Since Boris Johnson won an 80-seat landslide at last year’s general election, he has never quite looked in control. But he could yet recover, says Harry Mount
Dominic Cummings’s departure from Downing Street gives Boris Johnson the chance to reshuffle his team on more democratic lines, says former SpAd Peter Cardwell
As Dominic Cummings leaves Downing Street for the last time, William Cash notes that his legacy will extend far beyond his own disruption of Whitehall