Imagine a videogame that tasks you with integrating immigrants into society; with easing tensions between different groups; and with fighting racists and xenophobes. Sounds like a strange premise for a videogame, and one that would surely be too risky for…
During Britain’s EU referendum campaign, many countries were touted as ones Britain should emulate in a post-Brexit world: Norway, Albania, Canada, Australia and many others were considered as viable alternatives to…
The last 40 years have seen the privatisation of some of the last (and some would argue, great) state-run industries of Britain, from the sale of the steel mills to the closing of mines, the loss of British Telecom and…
A truly mobile labour market would expose more people to the benefits of immigration.
The EU can hold member states’ feet to the fire on early years and adult education.
A British Investment Bank, focusing on infrastructure investment and small business lending, could act as the bedrock of a new British economy.
A European Army could allow the nations’ governments to spend less on defence while maintaining a strong national security.
A happy by-product of the recent fall in oil prices could be a rise in renewable energy use in oil exporting countries.
The House of Lords is in an odd position — it is a completely undemocratic institution and an international embarrassment, but weakening it further would make our country less democratic.
As more jobs get taken over by robots, humanity will need a Universal Basic Income to secure its future.