If he isn’t the sort of person we should be erecting statues to, then it’s time to do away with statues altogether.
Posts by Rupert Myers
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Rupert Myers: Remainers might wish otherwise, but there is simply no mandate for a second referendum
And even if one were to take place, there’s every reason to believe it would deepen, not resolve, the sense of crisis and acrimony.
Rupert Myers: Stewart has left the Party. But here’s why other moderates must stay, keep faith – and change it for the better.
Do not mistake the current intolerance of pro-European voices for power: it is a sign of the brittle fragility of a current leadership which is running out of options fast.
In the third and final post on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers considers what could go into the actual document.
In the second of three posts on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers looks at the mission creep of the ECHR over recent decades.
In the first of three posts on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers looks at the intransigence of a profession that views itself as progressive.
The Conservatives offer a message of hope
A nation gets the government it deserves, it is said – what do we get if voters just shrug?
Boris does it. So does Cameron. So did Lord Tebbit’s father. Bicycles are Tory – a symbol of industry and self-reliance.