Stephen Glover

A mysterious alchemy

'The brilliance of Daniel’s Standpoint was that it was serious and readable'

The PM must cheer up, keep calm and carry on

Theresa May faces a gruelling period in office, dominated by Brexit. She should reshape her Cabinet and set out a clearer political vision

Theresa May Emerges From Thatcher’s Shadow

Britain’s two female leaders are strikingly similar but, faced with terrorism and Brexit, the Prime Minister now has to do it her own way

Who Will Heal This Divided Country?

After the surprising collapse of the dream ticket, the Conservatives must choose a leader who can offer optimism and hope

Licence To Chill? Not Yet, Prime Minister

David Cameron is a decent man whose consensual style has worked well so far. But the fight of his life — on Europe — may yet undo him

Time For A Leaner BBC To Pay Its Way

John Whittingdale is a Culture Secretary who means business. He must stop W1A’s Europhiles from hijacking the EU referendum

Mr Cameron, Show The Country That You Care

As polling day nears, Conservatives are sticking to a strictly economic message. But there should be room in politics for moral arguments.

Farage and The Times

Does Rupert Murdoch know about his paper's vendetta against the UKIP leader?

Lynching the Last Great Newspaperman

Rupert Murdoch's critics will never concede that the tycoon has any merits — but our media would be worse off without him

The Tory Who Wasn’t There

Less than one year before a general election, not even the Conservatives are quite sure what David Cameron stands for, writes Stephen Glover

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"