Controlling Executive Remuneration: Securing Fairer Distribution of Income implies a fundamental shift in how we conceive of large companies.
Scotland has put its constitutional questions behind it for the time being to focus on truly radical ideas that could improve the lives of its people. From Holyrood to the grassroots, new ideas offer exciting possibilities.
Universal Basic Income and Basic Tax Control are two sides of the same coin: one empowers people to make the most of their lives, while the other gives them the chance to participate in running their country.
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…
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.
Only a vibrant local and regional press can hold devolved institutions to account and shift the political debate away from London.
A flexible form of devolution would make England more prosperous, accountable and democratic.