Brexit

Another conference season wasted

Politics

Another conference season wasted

by Robert Peston

For the past fortnight, the main political parties have actively chosen to ignore the Brexit questions that matter.
The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #6: Theresa May’s conference speech

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The DRUGSTORE CULTURE Vodcast #6: Theresa May’s conference speech

by Drugstore Culture

Matthew d'Ancona and Peter Hoskin discuss Theresa May's speech to Conservative Party Conference 2018.
The pointlessness of May’s speech

Politics

The pointlessness of May’s speech

by Peter Hoskin

If conference-hall applause could make Theresa May the master of her own fate, then the ovation she received today would put her in charge of the Tories for life. But it can’t.
Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

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Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

by Zoe Whitfield

Featuring work by Harley Weir, Tereza Červeňová and Émeric Lhuisset, this year's showcase tackles the changing landscape of the EU.
May must offer more than just platitudes

Politics

May must offer more than just platitudes

by Matthew d'Ancona

On the day of her conference speech, the Prime Minister has to show that she both understands voters’ concerns and has a plan to address them.
Theresa May must realise that the UK needs foreign workers

Politics

Theresa May must realise that the UK needs foreign workers

by Drugstore Culture

The government’s post-Brexit immigration strategy is not the answer to the UK's economic problems.
The acolytes of Jacob Rees-Mogg

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The acolytes of Jacob Rees-Mogg

by Charlotte Henry

Our writer investigates why some Tory members see the bespectacled back-bencher as the answer to their party’s problems.
The charge sheet against May

Politics

The charge sheet against May

by Matthew d'Ancona

As Conservative conference starts, Theresa May is still the problem for her party and the country.
Corbyn improves his pitch, but it’s still not enough

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Corbyn improves his pitch, but it’s still not enough

by Peter Hoskin

DRUGSTORE CULTURE reports on the Labour leader's speech to his party conference in Liverpool.
People’s Vote: On the march in Liverpool

Politics

People’s Vote: On the march in Liverpool

by Cathleen Clarke

A report from Liverpool on the Labour party membership’s swiftly changing attitudes towards a fresh referendum.
Britain’s troubles will be fixed outside the conference halls

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Britain’s troubles will be fixed outside the conference halls

by Drugstore Culture

In our second editorial, we say that British politics is more than just its politicians – and that gives us hope
Finally, Corbyn has total command – and that’s his problem

Politics

Finally, Corbyn has total command – and that’s his problem

by John McTernan

The Labour leader may have to make some hard choices at his party’s annual conference, including over Brexit.
Political rage should be treated like PTSD

Politics

Political rage should be treated like PTSD

by Alex Evans

Social media now looms over our collective nervous system, amplifying our sense of threat and anxiety.
Exclusive poll: Britain ‘becomes a Remain country’ just before Brexit

Politics

Exclusive poll: Britain ‘becomes a Remain country’ just before Brexit

by Peter Hoskin

YouGov survey suggests that the ‘will of the people’ is changing fast – strengthening the case for a fresh referendum on Brexit.
DRUGSTORE CULTURE: We back a People’s Vote

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DRUGSTORE CULTURE: We back a People’s Vote

by Drugstore Culture

Since the EU referendum, hundreds of thousands of teenagers have become eligible to vote – and they deserve a proper say.