Theresa May

A victory that settles absolutely nothing

Politics

A victory that settles absolutely nothing

by Matthew d'Ancona

May's survival doesn't really change the fundamental facts of British politics – Brexit is still a mess.
A sideshow, not a solution

Politics

A sideshow, not a solution

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘This evening’s vote on Theresa May’s leadership is a distraction, an indulgence and a parlour game.’
Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 11: Suspended animation

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May has postponed the vote on her proposed Brexit deal and the edge of the cliff, down which the losers will tumble, is starting to look awfully close.
Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

by Matthew d'Ancona

The next ten days may well be the most tumultuous in British politics since the fall of Margaret Thatcher in November 1990.
Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 9: The world’s most pointless debate

by Matthew d'Ancona

We are now only 120 days away from Brexit.
Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘Don't expect peace any time soon.’
Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May is becoming increasingly desperate as the days go on.
Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

Politics

Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

by Eve Alcock

Despite disagreeing with her politics, our writer can’t help but sympathise with Theresa May’s plight as she continues to navigate Brexit.
Brexit Deal-Watch 2: McVey twists the knife

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 2: McVey twists the knife

by Matthew d'Ancona

Jeremy Corbyn is wearing his serious spectacles. Things are getting real.
This time a Johnson really could make a difference

Politics

This time a Johnson really could make a difference

by Matthew d'Ancona

Jo Johnson's resignation over the Chequers plan is a huge embarrassment for Theresa May.
Why do you think that?

Politics

Why do you think that?

by Dolly Theis

It's not what we believe, but what lies at the heart of those judgements and convictions that unite, separate and define us.
Brexit Crunch Week: Day Five Update

Politics

Brexit Crunch Week: Day Five Update

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May didn't get her deal this week – can she hang on to deliver one?
Brexit Crunch Week: Day Four Update

Politics

Brexit Crunch Week: Day Four Update

by Matthew d'Ancona

The latest news from the diplomatic abyss.
It is time for strong action against the Saudi regime

Politics

It is time for strong action against the Saudi regime

by Drugstore Culture

As the brutal details of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder emerge, diplomatic condemnation is no longer enough.
Brexit Crunch Week: Day Three Update

Politics

Brexit Crunch Week: Day Three Update

by Matthew d'Ancona

If ever there was a week in which plain speaking was required, it's this one. Here are a few tips to get you through it.
Brexit Crunch Week: Day Two Update

Politics

Brexit Crunch Week: Day Two Update

by Matthew d'Ancona

If ever there was a week in which plain speaking was required, it's this one. Here are a few tips to get you through it.
Brexit is about to get serious. Brace for impact

Politics

Brexit is about to get serious. Brace for impact

by Matthew d'Ancona

Although the statistics and technocratic minutiae can be bewildering, we musn't forget that what is at stake is elemental.
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.