Andrew Marr

Theresa May has deftly but brutally carved away the tradition of Tory pro-EU politics

23 April 2017 9:00

We are all drama queens, really, we political hacks; and so we were all thoroughly delighted by Theresa May’s Tuesday…

The Royal family are boycotting Netflix’s new drama

19 December 2016 8:30

As a hefty chunk of the viewing public is glued to to the Elizabeth R spectacular The Crown, one family is…

What can Nigel Farage be planning to wreck in 2017?

17 December 2016 11:35

One remark from the Christmas party season knocks insistently around my head. It came from Nigel Farage on a staircase…

What can Nigel Farage be planning to wreck in 2017?

10 December 2016 9:00

One remark from the Christmas party season knocks insistently around my head. It came from Nigel Farage on a staircase…

Team GB is a near-perfect post-Brexit ideal

21 August 2016 8:30

Throughout our holiday, reports from Rio rippled in — last thing at night, first thing in the morning — a…

We pundits were wrong about Jeremy Corbyn. So why are we so sure that he’ll flop?

13 September 2015 13:11

This is the Corbyn summer. From the perspective of a short holiday, my overwhelming feeling is one of despair at…

Andrew Marr: London is being hollowed out by global investors

14 December 2013 11:39

During this year of recovery, I have enjoyed the turn of the seasons more than ever before. This has been…