Davos is a union meeting for the super-rich

By Faiza Shaheen The private jets of the global elite will be touching down in the exclusive Swiss ski...

When the middle class milk the country, it’s redefined as a jolly jape

By Chaminda Jayanetti Imagine a group of people who milked government payouts for every penny they could get, making...

The madness over Big Ben’s bongs is a symbol of the horror to come

The whole week. They spent the whole week talking about bongs on Big Ben. The sheer scale of the lunacy is difficult to fully comprehend. What you are seeing, more or less in real...

Labour’s problem in Scotland wasn’t independence

By Chris Allnutt In December, Labour lost every single Scottish seat bar one to the SNP. If ever the...

Govt blocks refugee children being reunited with parents

By Maurice Wren, Kate Allen and Daniela Reale The government is causing irreversible harm to vulnerable child refugees living...

A new movement out of the ashes: What now for Remain?

By Steve Bullock The battle to keep the UK in the EU has been lost. For many of us,...

The marginals where new voters matter

By Chaminda Jayanetti Newly registered voters could play a key role in the outcome of 30 seats the Tories...

Week in Review: Make them own it

Two good things came from the election result. You had to search for them in the great expanse of despair in which we found ourselves, but they were there. First, it forced Labour to change...

With his majority in place, Johnson chips away at EU citizen’s rights

They're proper sneaky, that's the thing about them. Boris Johnson has used the same tactic throughout. He makes a promise, then he breaks it, then he wriggles out of having to do the right...

Iran provides Johnson's first major security test: Is he up to it?

Boris Johnson must balance US, EU and public opinion and hope the situation does not escalate further. Source link