Rupert Myers, British GQ

Rupert Myers

British GQ

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Rupert:

Theresa May’s conference speech was a politician’s worst nightmare

Theresa May just ran out of luck. From croaking and spluttering through her conference speech to being handed a P45. → Read More

America’s gun insanity must end

Any sane, functional democracy would wake up and stop this nightmare. → Read More

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour conference speech showed confidence and vision

If Jeremy Corbyn keeps up performances like his Labour conference speech he may yet run the country. → Read More

The EU could easily veto everything Theresa May said today

Even the threadbare news from Theresa May's Florence speech could be easily vetoed by the EU. They've got us over a barrel. → Read More

Uber isn't 'banned'

Given Uber’s size and popularity, it’s likely that they will strongly challenge TfL’s decision while making concessions and modifications to satisfy TfL’s concerns over security. → Read More

Will Boris Johnson be the next Prime Minister?

Will Boris Johnson be the next Prime Minister? → Read More

Parsons Green tube terrorist incident: "We stand strong and together”

Parsons Green tube terrorist incident: the latest news about the explosion on the London Underground - and we must "stand strong and together" → Read More

Labour's change on Brexit is their best move in years

Brexit is getting harder by the day, so thank goodness Labour are saying something sensible about it → Read More

Donald Trump's British buddies

Even in the UK there are quite a few public figures who supported Trump... what do they think now? → Read More

James Chapman is the Rogue One of Remainers

Former Daily Mail political editor James Chapman has become the Rogue One of Remainers, taking to Twitter to tease and needle the former colleagues who have the job of taking Britain out of the EU. → Read More

DEBATE: ­­Should we take Jacob Rees-Mogg seriously as a leadership contender?

DEBATE: ­­Should we take Jacob Rees-Mogg seriously as a leadership contender? → Read More

The Nazis in Charlottesville were enabled by Trump

Nazis attacked peace-loving protesters in Charlottesville, and the US President courts their support. This is not a drill. → Read More

The Leavers' devotion to Brexit at any cost isn't funny

The Brexit debate continues as the majority of Leave voters are prepared to sacrifice their country’s economy and the jobs of their loved ones → Read More

Does Britain need a transition period as it leaves the EU?

Philip Hammond insists that “literally nobody” wants a post-Brexit migration “cliff-edge” as he argued for an extended transition that could see Britain forced to accept high numbers of migrants for many years after 2019. → Read More

Don't believe the Jeremy Corbyn student debt spin

Jeremy Corbyn student debt statements: how the confusion arose - and why it's a good thing for Corbyn's reputation → Read More

BBC pay is too low

BBC pay: for the first time the BBC have published salaries, but the problem is not that the top talent is paid too much but that for some the pay is too low. → Read More

By blundering into the Russia scandal, Donald Trump Jr is somehow trying to protect his father

So the Trumps are venal, treacherous sleaze balls who are prepared to put their own interests ahead of anything including - but by no means limited to - their country. → Read More

A Brexit that satisfies the 52 per cent is an impossible dream

As arguments over soft Brexit and hard Brexit rage, the only people united in this debate are the ones who voted to stay in the European Union → Read More

DEBATE: ­­Is the call for a collaborative, cross-party consensus what Britain needs at the moment?

DEBATE: ­­Is the call for a collaborative, cross-party consensus what Britain needs at the moment? → Read More

Whatever you may think of the Charlie Gard case, no one can blame his parents for fighting

It is surely impossible to have anything but sympathy for Connie Yates and Chris Gard, whatever you think of their choices, given the position in which they find themselves. → Read More