When the NYT runs a series of stories about the cross between East Enders and Game of Thrones that British politics has become, it’s somewhat serious. As part of the expert-sourced fear mongerin
Michael Gove has joined the cast of thousands vying to be the next Conservative Party leader, hence Prime Minister. Seriously. Yesterday while enjoying a pint or several with fellow bemused Labourit
Jeremy Corbyn chairs a meeting of the Shadow Cabinet (a meme that did the rounds yesterday) Seeing as how it’s Labour, the obvious choice is to hit the self-destruct button.
Politico has this, which I encountered this morning. It’s the usual behind-the-scenes sort of thing. As a Labour Party member / activist / whatever, the following piques my interest: Senior sta
So, that didn’t work. On several levels; one of which is illustrated by the photo above. That’s LGM’s Senior Correspondent on British Politics holding the sign. While Briti
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. It’s a significant improvement from my freaking out a week ago today, and I’ve further downgraded the threat level from cautiousl
An academic who has lived and worked in the UK for the past 18 years, originally from an EU country (possibly Germany) published this in the Guardian yesterday. It deserves to be read. But the signs
The misinformation distributed by the Leave campaign has reached a new level of surreal. During a debate last night on the BBC which featured six speakers (three for remain, three for leave, obvious