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The country has moved on from Brexit and won't be distracted by 'culture wars' – where does this leave Johnson and the 'Red Wall'?
Sam Bright inspects how the Government is undermining its ‘Levelling Up’ mission through a new era of public transport austerity
The claim that the Prime Minister has shown Churchillian solidarity with Ukraine does not stand up to scrutiny, says Sam Bright
Playboys and plutocrats are now the natural constituency of Boris Johnson’s party, argues Sam Bright
Sam Bright explores the psychological warfare enacted by Boris Johnson and his party to buttress its political position
The Prime Minister’s plan for regional rebalancing shows that he is more interested in building his personal legacy than improving lives, says Sam Bright
Sam Bright considers the potential conclusions of Sue Gray’s investigation into the Number 10 lockdown breaches
Sam Bright evaluates new data showing a growing divide between richer and poorer parts of the country
Sam Bright investigates the suspension of the controversial Twitter account and speaks to insiders about the evolution of the platform. With additional reporting by Katherine Denkinson
Sam Bright explores the role of John Penrose MP, and his unwillingness to call out systemic corruption in the UK
Sam Bright explores the ways in which party donors and corporate interests are warping British democracy
The public's attitude to the Prime Minister’s holiday shows that we are still stuck in an era of tribal political conflicts, contends Sam Bright
Behind the gags, the Prime Minister’s plan for regional redistribution is woefully lacking, says Sam Bright
Sam Bright explores why the Euros, like the 2012 Olympics, has revealed a more tolerant, unified country than vocal voices on the right aim to depict otherwise
Truth and decency have little currency in Boris Johnson’s rump Trumpocracy, says Sam Bright