ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW
Theresa May’s Killjoy Grand Tour
BRIDESMAID FOR LIFE
Britain’s ‘Clown’ Prince of Failed Coups Is at It Again
The Perils of Politicians Trying to Be Down With the Kids
From the British PM making the ‘shaka’ symbol to Bill Clinton playing a sax on TV, politicians craving the youth vote flirt with cool while risking looking precisely the opposite.
British MP Suspended After Using N-Word At Brexit Meeting
Tory MP Anne Marie Morris used the phrase “n***** in the woodpile” when discussing Brexit. Theresa May suspended her. But critics say that is not enough.
Brits Hold Off Rupert Murdoch’s Hands for Now
The conservative U.K. government slowed down the mogul’s bid to take over Sky News and challenge the BBC. But will he be stopped?
Britain’s Katrina Moment Could Put Radical Left Into Power
Dozens of poor residents were burned to death in a neglected block in Britain’s wealthiest district. The prime minister’s mishandling could help Jeremy Corbyn into power.
Little England and Little America to World: Sod Off!
After a catastrophic British election the once great Atlantic alliance is left with two leaders who are increasingly isolated from their former allies—and reality.
Corbyn Expects Second Election As Theresa May Wobbles
“We’re going to do it all again in a few months. I’ve got my train ticket,” he said. “We’re nearly there.”
Weak and Wobbly
Everyone Loses In UK Election
British politics is starting to look like a game of pinball, as different groups of voters react to the outcome of a previous election.