Articles by Alastair Campbell
Obama and Clinton have shown dignity of which Trump and Farage are incapable.
We have entered the era of post-truth politics, where the most powerful person in the world is a liar.
New documentary Me and My Mental Illness airs on Tuesday November 1.
Theresa May should have taken it upon herself to seek to heal the divisions, instead she made things worse.
The Tories don't see Labour as a threat, but the seeds were sown long before now.
When a political Party has to have 'peace talks' before its annual conference, you know it's in big trouble.
Evidence shows they increase segregation; May thinks we should have elites who succeed at the expense of the rest.
Team GB's sporting success is due to years of investment and the dedication of athletes.
The Jamaican 'Lightning Bolt' is a genuine superstar, a total legend, and a top, top bloke – which is why the world celebrates his latest incredible triumph.
Resilience in politics has to be matched by a desire to win - ask the Clintons, Obama and the Tories.
We have never needed a Labour government more than we do now.
The wreckage continues to wash up as Gove betrays Boris and Corbyn won't quit.
We were warned – and now the UK has the national crisis many people said we would.
Michael Gove and Boris Johnson looked like they were at a funeral yesterday, not a celebration.
Leave campaigners have had months to work out their answers about what happens next.
She fought tirelessly for democratic politics as the way to change the world for the better.
If leaders genuinely fear this will have bad consequences for the peace process, they have a duty to say so.
Is the global obsession with sports' leaders a reflection of dissatisfaction with political leaders?
Boris Johnson is touring the country on a bus that manages to have three lies emblazoned upon it.
It's fashionable to like the Royals – their support for mental health reflects a move forward in ending stigma.