Despite his claims of being a champion of conservative British values and institutions, Johnson has shown himself eager to run roughshod over Parliament and people, all in order to achieve something the latter did not ask for and the former has not...
James O'Brien“But the position of Mr. Johnson’s new government is that since Britain voted for the idea of skydiving, then skydiving there must be. On Oct. 31, Britain has no option but to jump out of a plane, parachute or no parachute.”
Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly refused Jeremy Corbyn's demand to publish the warning - saying it's "out of date" and "people misunderstand the nature of it"
James O'BrienThe party of Nadine Dorries, Mark Francois, Andrew Bridgen & Jacob Rees Mogg is now claiming that people would 'misunderstand' Brexit-related information. Not for the first time, it’s the satirists I feel most sorry for...
The case seemed cold when a Miami Herald investigative journalist started looking into it. Then she persuaded accusers to tell their stories.
James O'BrienAn actual journalist doing actual journalism in tireless pursuit of alleged paedophiles she believed to be getting away with crimes as opposed to standing trial for them. Absolutely inspirational. And not a pathetic paypal plea or whining video in sight.
The European Commission has circulated a document that explores in detail the scale and breadth of all areas of north-south cooperation that will potentially be disrupted by Brexit.
James O'BrienThis makes it hard to avoid the conclusion that the EU both understands and values the Good Friday Agreement rather more than the UK Government currently does. Astonishing. rte.ie/news/ireland/2… via @rte
Last week I found myself in a tent in the Oxfordshire countryside, talking about the art of the political interview. Are they still worth doing? Neither Jeremy Corbyn nor Theresa May are natural raconteurs, the type of interviewee to say something...
James O'BrienSo Nigel Farage hates the BBC’s tough questions? What a snowflake