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Past articles by Andrew:

The government’s latest asylum gambit will not work

Suella Braverman’s tough rhetoric will soon dissolve in ridicule → Read More

Ukraine needs to join Nato and the EU as soon as possible

All expansions of Nato and the EU have had critics at the time. But all have been worth it → Read More

How can Labour cope with the poisoned economic chalice it will inherit?

It is possible to become prime minister during a crisis and go on to win a second term—but it’s not easy → Read More

To really boost growth, Rishi Sunak should reform the terms of Brexit

Sunak’s political strategy is as full of holes as a Swiss cheese → Read More

Starmer’s Labour looks united and ready to win

The Tories are intent on losing the next election—Labour just needs to remain steady → Read More

Ukraine strikes a blow for free Europe

Success in Kharkiv shows the momentum is with Zelensky and all he represents → Read More

What Harold Wilson can teach Keir Starmer

Wilson won four elections in 10 years—and was a great reforming prime minister. Our current Labour leader wants to follow in his path → Read More

The toxicity of the Tory leadership contest is reminiscent of Thatcher’s ousting

Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss’s disagreements are more personal than policy-based → Read More

How long a game is Nicola Sturgeon playing?

Scottish independence will remain a live question whatever short-term setbacks the Supreme Court delivers → Read More

Sunak’s support package may not save the government

A windfall tax on oil and gas companies is good politics—but it might not be enough to change the public’s mind → Read More

Brexit—from food to famine

Language works in subtle ways. Leavers knew it; why don’t pro-Europeans? → Read More

Viktor Orbán is illiberal—but he is no Putin

The Hungarian prime minister’s autocratic tendencies do not compare to the Russian president’s murderous actions → Read More

The political direction of the spring statement will come from Johnson, not Sunak

Both the PM and the chancellor claim to be small- and large-state conservatives at the same time → Read More

The delusions of the Stop the War campaign

There is only one aggressive invading power here: Putin’s Russia → Read More

Never deal with dictators in person

Dictators scent weakness—so it’s wise not to risk meeting them → Read More

Boris Johnson is Britain’s greatest political escapologist

If anyone can recover from partygate, it is the prime minister → Read More

Sinn Féin and the re-greening of Ireland

Sinn Féin's surge on both sides of the border shows the old political dividing lines are changing across Ireland—and with them the debate on re-unification → Read More

In politics, resigning is almost always an error

The three political leaders I have most admired all resigned voluntarily—and all should have stayed → Read More

Brexit—stuck in the lift

There's a growing fissure at the heart of the government between those who want another dose of Thatcherism and those who support more public spending to "level up" Britain → Read More

Relocating parliament to Birmingham or Manchester is an idea whose time has come

The Palace of Westminster is due to begin a hugely expensive refurbishment this year. Why not move locations permanently instead? → Read More