The 2019 election result in East Dunbartonshire is important, and not just because Jo Swinson lost her seat. What does it tell us about Scottish politics?
Without being clear about their priorities, the British government will only continue to sow confusion and resentment in Northern Ireland.
We all seem to favour the idea of social mobility, but forget that upward mobility depends on the downward kind too.
When a politician uses their judgement, they should not be attacked as if they somehow betrayed their electorate.
My feelings and travails around “Settled Status”: the anxiety-inducing process that I need to undertake to ensure I can remain in the UK after Brexit.
The four day week would see employees across the UK work one fewer day a week while earning the same amount of money. It could have a range of benefits.
One big idea is not going to solve inequality – especially taxes that just target income. Together, these smaller taxes that target wealth will do a lot better at truly addressing inequality.
The politics of conviction over compromise has created an atmosphere of prejudice and vitriol.
Are the psychological and cultural objections insurmountable obstacles?
A new, different model of nationalisation would offer the best of both worlds.