Analysis

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Many conservatives have a difficult relationship with science. Why?

5 min read
It’s not just issues like climate change and vaccines that pose problems for conservative thinkers – it’s the way science itself is conducted.

Social care reform: Why this tax rise isn’t just unfair on young people.

5 min read
Tax rises to pay for the NHS recovery could have focused on those who have profited from the pandemic. Instead, by bundling together NHS and social care costs, the two services are likely to be at odds with each other.

9/11 did not change the world – it was already on the path to decades of conflict.

7 min read
The 9/11 attacks did not change the world. They were further steps along a well-signed path leading to two decades of conflict, four failed wars and no clear end in sight.

Israel was a leader in the COVID vaccination race – so why are cases spiralling there?

5 min read
A stall in vaccine coverage and increased mixing have combined to drive new outbreaks.

What to expect from post-pandemic voting behaviour.

5 min read
Research shows shared traumas drive political preferences in certain directions.

Post-Brexit Britain can’t be realistic until it’s truthful.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s analysis on how there is some emerging realism but still a lack of honesty about Brexit. That needs to change quickly, as there is even more at stake than empty shelves.

How politicians use French rap to stoke divisions.

6 min read
Recent polemical debates over French rappers Youssoupha and Médine show that rap is still not accepted by the political mainstream.
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