The Spectator

25 May 2019

Corbyn isn’t working

Labour is being picked apart by its new enemies

The Week

Leading article

The end of May: Theresa must go so the Tories can heal

This week’s European election was always going to be pointless, at least from a British perspective. It is possible that…

Portrait of the week

Portrait of the week: European elections, milkshake attacks and British Steel buckles

Home The country went to the polls to elect Members of the European Parliament and express its loathing for the…

Diary

A presidential pardon for my 'miraculously shrinking crime'

I owe my return to these pages to the pardon I have received from the President of the United States.…

Ancient and modern

Roman entertainment was far more exploitative than Jeremy Kyle

The Romans were as aware as Jeremy Kyle was of the pleasure that people could get from situations in which…

Barometer

What punishment can you expect for throwing a milkshake at a politician?

Milkshakes and other missiles What can the man who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage in Newcastle expect as a…

Letters

Letters: Nato’s broken promise

Nigel’s nakedness Sir: Rod Liddle is right to be wary of the hubris that Nigel Farage, the Brexit party leader,…