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6 December 2019,
The bell tolls for Nigel Farage's party – one good outcome of the General Election?
3 December 2019,
With Michael Gove turning up at Channel 4, and threats being issued to defund the public service broadcaster, is his party trying to be Stephen Yaxley-Lennon or Vladimir Putin?
29 November 2019,
Otto English raises a glass half full – to a future of hope after the years of chaos which may follow next month's General Election.
My Beautiful, Clever, Gregarious Mother is Wasting Away – The Tories’ Empty Promises on Social Care Mean Nothing to Me
21 November 2019,
Otto English shares the story of his mother Hannah, who has Alzheimer's, and has been abandoned by a Conservative Government which has delivered nothing on social care for the elderly.
19 November 2019,
Otto English explores why the British are so reluctant to discuss what the point of the Royal Family is.
15 November 2019,
Otto English on what his investigation into Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has revealed about the 'sticking it to the elites' populism it claims to be based on.
8 November 2019,
Otto English recalls what it was like growing up in a world where the threat of the Cold War loomed large – and the surprise and optimism when, one day, this came to an end.
1 November 2019,
A personal story from Otto English about how the past is far too often sanitised to make people who were never there feel better about their family, our collective past and our country.
25 October 2019,
Otto English looks at the relationship between the son of a KGB spy and the Prime Minister and how it raises troubling questions about the closeness between media owners and politicians.
22 October 2019,
With Rupert Murdoch and the Barclay Brothers pulling out all the stops to back the Prime Minister, one crucial media player with a very interesting background is often overlooked.
14 October 2019,
Otto English considers how we have entered into an Orwellian world in which Brexit governs all and its supporters attempt to convince us daily that night is day and day is night.
2 October 2019,
Otto English explores the Conservative Party's transformation into a platform for right-wing populism – and how so much has been lost as a result.
26 September 2019,
Otto English calls time on the eccentric Etonian image of 'Boris' and sees Johnson's antagonism and disdain for Parliament as a dangerous parallel with 1930's Germany.
20 September 2019,
The former Prime Minister is trying to spin his legacy with the publication of his autobiography – but Otto English explains why he's not willing to let him get away with it.
16 September 2019,
Otto English laments how the culture war that began with the EU Referendum has now polarised and enveloped every aspect of our national debate online.
6 September 2019,
As the Prime Minister's Shakespearean comedy rumbles on, there is still a very real risk that it all might turn to tragedy instead.
30 August 2019,
Otto English returns from a trip to St Lucia with fresh insights on the madness of Brexit and our frustrating sense of British complacency.
6 August 2019,
Otto English's investigation into the parliamentary candidates selected so far by Nigel Farage's party – and those who paid the non-refundable £100 online application fee but haven't made the cut.
31 July 2019,
Otto English on why the realities of high office are dawning on our new Prime Minister.
26 July 2019,
Otto English on how the new prime minister's appointment of the toxic trio Dominic Cummings, Matthew Elliott and Chloe Westley is a massive hostage to fortune.
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