What better persons to aid and abet that than the Alpha and the Omega of British populism on US television: Nigel Farage and Katie Hopkins.
Overshadowed by the tragedy in Syria, the Arabian Peninsular and Horn of Africa is the second front in the geo-political clash between Saudi Arabia and Iran
Of one thing I’m sure - May is beatable
Is Donald Trump’s misfiring presidency spiralling towards impeachment? We delve in to the chaos engulfing Washington
Those of us who support Remain or Soft Brexit are stored away in the “women” category.
The internet has long been a political battleground, but one corner of the web is home to a particularly dirty kind of warfare.
Is it time for toughness to discourage further defections or for accommodation to a changing public mood across the Union?
One of France’s most powerful political figures wasn’t on the ballot paper – he was more than 1,500 miles away, at home in the Kremlin
Truth and lies dance circles round each other – and part of us even admires the con men
Impulse, calculation and an ever-deepening blood bath
As he prepares to head off for talks with Moscow, the Russians easily have the measure of Boris Johnson
He revels in his role as shameless self-publicist, aficionado of the feud and defender of The Donald. But the real Piers Morgan is a more nuanced, more sympathetic character than his foes give him credit for.
What constitutes a fascist – and is it fair to categorise Trump, The Leader of the Free World, alongside Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler and Francisco Franco?
Neither side is all right, nor all wrong. That includes Donald Trump
The direction that Britain and the world has turned in the last six months has been a shock to many. We can’t let this become the new norm.
It is claimed Donald Trump wants to be remembered like a king. Here we profile his courtiers, examining the influences which have sent the White House lurching to the far right
The opening days of the Trump presidency have been part black comedy, part political thriller and part pure farce
Few US presidents have entered the White House amid such extraordinary tumult. Former Fleet Street editor Paul Connew describes the start of what will be a unpredictable four years for the world
Today is a big day for Mitch Benn; it’s his birthday. But he also has a message for those concerned by the presidency of ‘he who must not be named’: Stop clutching your pearls
Former leader of the 1968 student protests. Daniel Cohn-Bendit explains what links those protests to Brexit and Trump, where the EU has failed and the simple way it can succeed
Dany Cohn-Bendit est l’Européen par excellence.
Elite is a dirty word in a Brexit Britain – we take a look at the establishment credentials of powerful figures in politics and media to see how they compare
In the age of cyber-hacking and fake news, main stream media must fight back against the post truth dark side
Vladimir Putin’s hand is not as strong as it looks, and there is plenty his opponents can do to counter him
2016 will go down as a year of political shocks, the horror of Aleppo and England’s Euro 2016 football failure, but there were a few glimpses of hope. Month-by-month we look back on an eventful year
The Strictly star set to quickstep back to the top of Brexit Britain
The rejection of expertise, the rejection of facts, embrace of sweeping, ill-informed opinions - welcome to the age of the oaf
Can America recover, regardless of who ends up in the White House? Michael White explores the deeps roots of America’s current predicament
It was only a mumble during the debate, but it spoke volumes about what Donald Trump knew he could get away with in the current political climate: “That makes me smart,” he’d said.
You don’t need to listen to Clinton and Trump debate one another. All you need to know, you can learn from their body language, Bonnie Greer writes