Politics

Liverpool and Spurs’ Champions League wins have European roots | Letters
UEFA wins for Spurs and Liverpool should be seen as a triumph for European integration, say Malcolm Bower and Sean Day-Lewis. Myrna Hughes is worried about the environmental cost of the final. Tim Dav... [Read More]
 
Williamson’s self-inflicted loss is Failing Grayling’s gain
Line of Duty keeps us guessing, and Spurs and my Fitbit both continue to torment meI’ve long since grown used to being sidelined during conversations about Game of Thrones – me and programmes or films... [Read More]
 
Ending Sats for primary schools would not mean the end of civilisation | John Crace
Jeremy Corbyn’s pledge to change the way pupils are tested has been met with predictable outrageFor much of the evening I sat at home watching the news channels as Notre Dame burned. A compulsive mixt... [Read More]
 
UK is yet to leave but Brexit has separated me from myself | John Crace
Ongoing nightmare has reduced me to a series of bodily functions with the occasional bit of typingMy life is now basically a series of cancellations. Last week I had to miss the launch of Elizabeth Da... [Read More]
 
London train station to be renamed after Tottenham Hotspur club
TfL said change would be subject to public consultation but Tottenham appears to be telling partners decision is madeThe train station near Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium is to be renamed after the c... [Read More]
 
The madness, anxiety and absurdity of a full-English Brexit | John Crace
Nigel Farage marching for the right to be put out of work and go hungry just about sums it MondayA wonderful weekend away with friends who live just outside Hay on the Welsh border. It was the first t... [Read More]
 
Failing Grayling couldn't organise a traffic jam on a motorway | John Crace
Also this week: what space aliens would make of Brexit and a Spurs supporter longs for homeMondayI’ve long since given up making any New Year resolutions. Partly because I’ve already given up more thi... [Read More]
 
Viv Anderson: ‘When I saw the banana skin it hit me like a punch’
The situation for black players has improved so much since the 1980s but there is still a battle to be wonI watched the Arsenal-Tottenham game and the banana skin wasn’t something anyone really notice... [Read More]
 
'Please don't make me leader': how Tom Watson could unseat Corbyn | John Crace
Also this week: a back-of-the-sofa Brexit plan and why Grand Designs is a fixture in my houseThe morning after I arrived in Liverpool for the Labour party conference, I found myself on an early train ... [Read More]
 
‘That’s when I lost my temper’: Ash Sarkar on her clash with Piers Morgan
The activist who confronted the Good Morning Britain presenter talks about her fears over Brexit, the future of communism in Britain and her passion for SpursWriter, lecturer and activist Ash Sarkar, ... [Read More]
 

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