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 politics of conviction over compromise has created an atmosphere of prejudice and vitriol.
A new, different model of nationalisation would offer the best of both worlds.
Controlling Executive Remuneration: Securing Fairer Distribution of Income implies a fundamental shift in how we conceive of large companies.
State funded higher education, a graduate tax or the UK’s current system of funding higher education – which one works best?
Given Hamon’s radical forward-thinking, it’s baffling that two of his flagship policies contradict each other so conspicuously.
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…
Since 2010, a fair number of politicians have promised “a new kind of politics.” Often they’ve been greeted with a great deal of scepticism, but quite a lot of enthusiasm too. Back in 2010 Cleggmania, while short-lived, was a real…
The idea of electoral pacts comes up every so often in politics. This time an electoral pact has been suggested by Caroline Lucas, the co-leader of the Green Party. Paraphrasing her words, such a deal would consist of a series of…