Westminster terror attack: Today’s newspaper front pages

23 March 2017 9:01

Five people are now confirmed to have died in yesterday’s terror attack in Westminster and police have arrested seven people…

Westminster terror attack: Five dead, forty people injured

23 March 2017 7:04

Five people – including a police officer – have died and forty others have been injured in a terror attack in Westminster. The…

Theresa May tells the country to go about its business normally tomorrow

22 March 2017 22:15

Speaking in Downing Street this evening, Theresa May has urged people to go about their business normally tomorrow. In a…

Westminster terror attack: Theresa May’s speech

22 March 2017 21:28

I have just chaired a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee, COBRA, following the sick and depraved terrorist attack on…

Channel 4’s Seven O’Clock News humiliation

22 March 2017 21:26

Oh dear. With Scotland Yard treating today’s attack in Westminster this afternoon ‘as a terrorist incident’, hacks have spent the day trying…

Thanks to the people who protect it, Parliament is a fortress

22 March 2017 17:39

Today was a reminder of the professionalism and bravery of those who protect the Houses of Parliament. I heard an…

Jeremy Corbyn finally reads the Tory manifesto

22 March 2017 14:25

PMQs this week was a rather more even affair than usual. Since the Budget, the Labour leader’s team have clearly…

Martin McGuinness changed his ways – but he never changed his mind

22 March 2017 13:41

We keep being incited to find it heartwarming that Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley were known as the Chuckle Brothers.…

An independent London would be a Thatcherite dystopia

22 March 2017 13:17

Tottenham MP David Lammy has been writing in the Evening Standard about how it makes sense now for London to…

PMQs sketch: Come on Eileen, says Corbyn

22 March 2017 13:00

A bizarre exercise in diplomacy from Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs. He manoeuvred the PM into a tricky corner and then…

Ken Livingstone does it again

22 March 2017 11:59

In an appearance on the Today programme on Monday, Ken Livingstone silenced his critics by managing to refrain from mentioning Hitler once…

Wanted: digital guru for The Spectator

22 March 2017 11:56

Sales of The Spectator are not just at an all-time high, but growing at the fastest rate in 30 years.…

The flight ban for laptops is a classic protectionist scheme

22 March 2017 11:32

First they came for your nail scissors, then your liquids, and now they’re after your electronics. The news this week…

What Martin McGuinness’s eulogisers would like to forget

22 March 2017 11:20

The IRA commander never showed any remorse for the suffering he caused

What the papers say: Why we shouldn’t mourn Martin McGuinness

22 March 2017 9:14

Martin McGuinness’s death has sparked a wave of fawning and fury in the obituaries. So: ‘man of war’, peacemaker or…

The morally illiterate obituaries to Martin McGuinness are just what he would have wanted

22 March 2017 7:34

Well the obituaries for Martin McGuinness are in. And many are as morally illiterate as the man himself could have…

Andrew ‘Calamity’ Cooper – the man who blew Remain – in talks to take on Scotland project

21 March 2017 17:35

Scottish nationalists may want to get the champagne at the ready. Word reaches Steerpike that Andrew ‘Calamity’ Cooper – the serial…

Martin McGuinness – a man who put the ballot before bullets

21 March 2017 17:34

Ulster is where memory burns long and forgiveness comes slow. The death of Martin McGuinness will pass without the spilling of…

Tintin is an EU hero - but is Captain Haddock on Britain's side?

21 March 2017 16:42

Blistering barnacles! Thundering typhoons! What dastardly double-dealing! To bolster their puny team of pen-pushing, quota-quoting civil servants, those fiendish Brussels…

‘Ultra Brexiteers’: the new menace to polite society

21 March 2017 15:57

For someone who once branded his own Cabinet colleagues ‘bastards’ — and two decades later said he only called them…

The Brexit bunch are the real referendum whiners

21 March 2017 15:33

In an age of fanaticism, it was always unlikely that the urge to censor would be confined to the left.…

In defence of George Osborne (by the Evening Standard’s departing editor)

21 March 2017 11:47

So I am feeling a bit better about my lack of radio experience. These are exciting times for free movement…

Rising inflation isn’t anything to panic about

21 March 2017 11:33

Predictably enough it didn’t take long for the rearguard Remain lobby, and other opponents of the government, to jump on…

Jacob Rees-Mogg leads the celebrations at Article 50 party: ‘to the Brexit heroes of Islington!’

21 March 2017 11:30

Was it a case of fate or a helpful tip off from No 10 that meant Brexit Central‘s Brexit party…