In politics, like murder, motives matter
If the public don’t care about political corruption, maybe the law still will.
Labour might be squeamish about food banks, but perhaps it should propose formalising them to achieve greater good.
Four years after the referendum, and six months after final defeat at the latest General Election, Remain continues to shape political divides.
A man accused of spending a fake $20 bill should not be murdered by cops. But what are the prospects for anything really changing?
Covid may kill off our high streets, but it has actually shown us the cure to what ails them.
WWII Britain gave the world the greatest piece of crisis comms in history. We need to learn from that in lockdown.
Books are Amazon’s real Anti-Semitism problem, not television shows.
Why has so much self interest been lost from the sales pitch for policies that clearly stand to benefit normal people?
Scottish politics will now be determined by how well Unionists and Independents attract remainers.
Remain has lost. But the only truly lost cause is one you give up on. So what might happen next?
Opposition parties need to be very different in the years to come, but not to eachother. There is much that unites Labour, Lib Dems, Greens,
Is “Party v Nation” really anything but a slogan?