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Europe’s Iron Chancellor is starting to rust

The German Federal elections of 2017 show that both the far left and right are benefiting from a divisive Chancellor

Don’t be fooled: Theresa is teetering on the Edge

After significant losses in the 2017 General Election, Theresa May’s fragility in leadership is a liability for the nation

Democracy: the antidote to the new separatism

Belief in the nation is a desire for representation

The Left against Brexit: don’t Labour the point

Now that Labour finally has a coherent Brexit policy, let’s not ruin it

Freshers are adults, so treat them that way

With the aftermath of Freshers’ Week, we must talk about drinking seriously, not pour the problem down the drain

Judaism has taught me the value of religious tolerance

Society has lost sight of the benefits of religion, and this breeds prejudice

Osborne is the petty politician we all deserve

After being fired from the government, George Osborne has made the Evening Standard relevant again by pursuing his revenge

CLASH OF COMMENT: Should STYCs be punished more severely for becoming romantically involved with freshers?

Should STYCs be punished more severely for becoming romantically involved with freshers?

The disconnect between older and younger generations has led to a broken Britain

Ed Smith argues that, the older generation’s oblivious attitude to students and the younger generation is contributing to a divided society

Never mind the policies: Venezuela is a living tragedy

With the oil money drying up, democracy is nothing more than an inconvenience for Maduro

I rediscovered Harry Potter at age 18, and found I needed him more than ever

A year on from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s West End opening, Oscar Bentley reminisces on the place Harry Potter holds in his – and our – childhoods