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Fraser Nelson

Fraser Nelson is the editor of The Spectator. He is also a columnist with The Daily Telegraph, a member of the advisory board of the Center for Social Justice and the Centre for Policy Studies.

The Queen tells Harry: out means out

As things stand, there’s no reason why this Megxit deal should not work

By Fraser Nelson

Europe

Fraser Nelson: Boris tends to deliver, under circumstances that would stump most other people

Judge him by what he achieves, and not by how he does it

By Fraser Nelson

Europe

‘Corbyn is led by ideology, I’m led by economics’: Sajid Javid’s spending plan

An interview with the only member of the UK cabinet who Boris has promised to keep in place if he wins

By Fraser Nelson

Europe

I’m sorry because I failed: An interview with David Cameron

The former British PM on the referendum, failure and the physics of politics

By Fraser Nelson

Europe

How Boris Johnson can deliver a liberal Brexit

To end free movement without carefully working out what follows after shows pretty striking thoughtlessness

By Fraser Nelson

Trump vs Nato: the trade war is becoming a security crisis

For Theresa May, the most worrying part of Donald Trump’s talks with Kim Jong-un came two days before the two men met. The US President had arrived in Singapore early after escaping the G7 summit in Canada, still sore at being upbraided by his European and Canadian counterparts about tariffs. With time on his hands, […]

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