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Jay Elwes

When Putin’s enforcers go on holiday

The Rajapaksa government may have gone, but Sri Lanka is still happy to welcome Moscow’s money

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The surreal party: Ken Clarke on how the Tories lost their marbles

The Conservatives are obsessed with ‘tedious nonsense’ in ‘the worst political period in my lifetime’, says the party grandee

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The dangers of a post-defeat Tory party

The by-election results suggest a Conservative wipe-out at the General Election. But defeat on that scale could push the party towards extremism

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The era of Flat Earth Conservatism

The Tory Party has been taken over by cynics and fantasists, says former Telegraph editor Max Hastings – which is why he has decided to vote Labour

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Starmer’s conference speech was a confident act of reassurance. But what about Brexit?

Despite an invader on stage and an elephant in the room, Labour’s leader looks in control of his party and his destiny

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Thanks to Brexit, we know the dangers of being cut off

A recent seaside rescue in Cornwall reminded me how quickly isolationism can go horribly wrong

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When one million pilgrims came to Portugal to see the Pope

The gathering was a reminder that the broad secularism of north-western Europe is the exception, not the rule

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Speedy Boarding for the NHS is government by gesture

The government wants to give the impression that it has thought up a policy – but it hasn’t. Not really

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Rwanda Plan judgement: good riddance to cynical culture war nonsense

A ludicrous, deluded and superficial party came up with a ludicrous, deluded and superficial policy that didn’t survive its brush with reality

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The very English city that isn’t

Bath has been deemed a hotbed of our country’s elitism. That’s all well and good, but the city’s roots are anything but English

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Welcome to the alternative conference season

The coming week will offer two possible paths ahead for the Conservative Party. Both are bad, but one is downright sinister

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Papers please

The culture war comes to the voting booth

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There was no plan – and he knew it

They all did. But they campaigned for it anyway

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Dominic Raab – a failure

He is the poster boy for a generation of Conservative politicians who have made Britain more divided, isolated and poorer

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Catherine Ashton: Our last European leader

How can nations speak to one another? One British diplomat found the answer

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Boris Johnson’s day in court probably will not save him

He denied everything – but will anyone believe him?

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Forget the budget, here’s the real, dirty way Sunak aims to win the next election

By weaponising migrant boats and letting his MPs stoke culture wars, the PM is damaging his party and the country

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The moral collapse of the Tory party

The government’s immigration policy shows how extreme it has become

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Him again

We all know what he’s up to

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I’m happy Steve Baker’s got closure - now, what about the rest of us?

The ex-‘Brexit hard man’ hopes his mental struggles are now over, yet millions continue to suffer because of policies he espoused

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Has Sunak done enough?

The prime minister has got his agreement with the EU on the Northern Ireland Protocol – but will it be enough to stop a rebellion?

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Boris Johnson’s latest intervention is more bad news for Sunak’s deal

The former prime minister shows he is only interested in himself, not Northern Ireland

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Resignation watch: The four ministers who could quit over the Protocol deal

Brexit, Northern Ireland and the Tories – what could possibly go wrong?

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A very European scandal

The point is not the corruption but the response

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The Salem of Europe

The New World’s witch trials are infamous. But the most brutal outbreaks of Satanic panic took place in what is now southern Germany

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If Boris wins, he will destroy the Tory party

A generation of kids will grow up associating Conservatism with cold, hunger and political disaster. He’ll only make it worse

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We need a general election now

The Conservative Party has driven Britain to the brink of a democratic crisis. Only a national vote can end it

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The danger of having only one idea

What happens when it fails?

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Truss speaks. Badly

The most important question raised by the prime minister’s speech came from the protestors who disrupted it

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Liz Truss plummets to success

The mini-budget is one of the worst pieces of economic policy-making in history. Meet its fans

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Those who chose the storm

The French Resistance has often been portrayed in a less than serious light, but that could not be further from the truth, as the memoirs of Marie Chamming’s illustrate

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