25 November 2020,
Jonathan Lis argues that the British public would have more respect for the Government if it owned up to its many mistakes – a taking back of control the administration cannot bear
13 November 2020,
Jonathan Lis explains why Boris Johnson will not simply abandon the divisive nationalist, neo-imperialist politics he has built his premiership on just because Donald Trump is on his way out of the White House
3 November 2020,
Taking in Theresa May, Brexit, immigration, Boris Johnson, cronyism and more, Jonathan Lis considers how four years of the Donald Trump presidency also transformed politics in the UK
14 September 2020,
Jonathan Lis assesses the motives of the Government in treating the public, the UK's democracy, its international partners – everyone outside of itself – with contempt
28 August 2020,
Jonathan Lis explains why Boris Johnson's lack of interest in leading the UK in any meaningful way is the role he always wanted – and how the public and media are playing along
23 July 2020,
As the EU's chief negotiator warns of a 'no-deal' crash-out, Jonathan Lis assesses whether the chaos is a villainous plot or pure incompetence
7 August 2019,
Jonathan Lis argues that the inability to call out Donald Trump's white supremacism is not impartiality and caution - it's a dereliction of duty.
31 July 2019,
The first step towards rebuilding our country is to acknowledge the profoundness of the damage symbolised by Boris Johnson's rise to power.