An article revisiting the death of Neil Heywood, the British fixer who died in a hotel room in Chongqing. The piece explores the complex political intrigue that surrounded his demise. The article is accompanied by a five part podcast (bit.ly/bbc-podcast).
While this piece is nominally a book review, that task is witheringly dispatched in the first sentence. What follows is a nuanced and compelling profile of Theresa May and her relationship with her colleagues in the Conservative Party over many years, starting from university days.