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Simon Heffer is a columnist at the The Telegraph.
Queen Elizabeth II: For Country and Commonwealth
From the Suez crisis to dicing with dictators – a steady reign spanning seven decades of constant global change.
Boris Johnson: Days numbered at the Foreign Office?
When Theresa May appointed Boris Johnson Foreign Secretary it was viewed by some as unexpected proof that she had a sense of humour.
UK to turn inward after ‘preposterous’ election
For the next few months, with the exception of the Brexit negotiations, Britain will be engaging in an act of introspection unprecedented in most of our lifetimes. The world will…
May’s mandate could make the difference in EU talks
If the Conservatives are returned with a large majority, EU negotiators will know there is a limit to how far they can push Britain.
Post-Brexit: Will the Kingdom stay united?
Sturgeon has sought a second poll for Scotland, and the idea of Ireland reuniting has been raised again – but none of this is quite as it seems.