27 March 2017


It is nine months since 24 June but instead of the joyous event of a new baby being born we have the tragedy of Theresa May doing something on Wednesday that very few people in the UK actually want her to do. This week on the Post: the best of the placards on Saturday’s March, but first of all, as a reminder of what can be done by those who can’t allow themselves to ignore what’s happening, Zola’s J’Accuse.  (For the confused: the Observer’s leader  – ‘Hard Brexit is an epic act of self harm – only reinforcing rancour and division’ –  is here.)