Total 128 Posts
The UK should be playing a key role in multilateral institutions confronting existential challenges for humanity, but instead it is pitching towards break up, disharmony, bitterness and isolation.
I have been watching desperate people seek protection in Europe for 20 years – It’s time the narrative, and policies, changed.5 min read
Talk of an ‘invasion’ is exactly what prevents meaningful action.
In his Brexit analysis Professor Chris Grey looks at freeports, chemical regulations, whether there is any good news (Japan FTA? Northern Ireland?), why the Iain Duncan Smith story matters, and the brain drain and other consequences of the culture war.
A government agency makes a convenient scapegoat for a minister out of his depth.
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds was understandably sceptical of Rishi Sunak’s claims to be “helping the poorest the most”, but Tories are moving in the right direction.
Survey data shows British people continue to hold racist views and that minorities continue to face discrimination when applying for jobs.
Now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics in a post-Truth, post-Brexit, and post-Covid world.