Tony Blair and Gordon Brown’s relationship is one of the most fascinating alliances- and rivalries – to ever make it into politics. Continue reading The Deal review: How Blair and Brown’s political rivalry ended New Labour
Manchester was teeming with young Thatcherites and Brexiteers. The Red Wall is truly broken. Continue reading Is the Conservative conference in Manchester an emblem of levelling up?
Blair and Brown: A New Labour Revolution, which documents the story of Labour’s time under the two leaders, has aired on the BBC. Continue reading How Gordon Brown ended New Labour
This is the authorised movie version of Aretha Franklin’s life. It’s authorised in that it was made with collaboration from Franklin’s family following her death in 2018. Continue reading Respect review: a musical history of Aretha Franklin’s life￼
Political pundits have dubbed Boris Johnson’s New Health and Social Care Tax as an example of ‘Blue Labour’. Continue reading Blue Labour? The Tories have never been against increasing the size of the state when necessary
The UK has always prided itself on its special relationship with the United States. The two countries are bound by not only the same language, but fundamental common interests on the issues of economics and defence. Continue reading Could a new political consensus be dawning under a Joe Biden and Boris Johnson partnership?
Johnny Depp gives his career masterpiece in this deeply moving poisoning drama. Continue reading Minamata review: the story of a triumph of photojournalism
With its biggest coalition partner pulling out, Boris Johnson and Britain have no choice, but to follow. Britain cannot be the police force of the world alone. Continue reading Boris Johnson made the right decision to pull out of Afghanistan – Britain is not the police force of the world
A wafer-thin by-election win won’t solve the Labour Party’s problems. Continue reading No, Labour isn’t back after Batley and Spen