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?
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.
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?
Doctor Who is not becoming more “politically correct”, but it is becoming more confident in opening up a debate, just as the West Wing did 15 years ago.
Far from an aberration, Universal Basic Income would be part of a proud British tradition, and critics should stop pretending otherwise. Like services, universal payments have proved an important part of British political culture.
Up to now, suggestions for Universal Basic Services have been anything but universal. We take a look at what a genuinely universal Universal Basic Services would look like.